The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 Oct 1858

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p.2 The Effects of the Late Storm - schooner Racer wrecked at Old Mackinac, barque Nucleus ashore on west side of Lake Michigan at Bailey's Harbor; schooner N.M. Scott lost anchors & chains in Straits; schooner E.C. Roberts damaged sails, J.C. Fremont ashore at Long Pt.; schooner found off Erie in 75' of water, schooner Mary Watson ashore at Goderich, 2 other vessels ashore near Goderich, schooner Coquette sunk at Put-in-Bay, schooner Daniel Webster went ashore in the late gale inside of Fox Island, below Kingston but will be got off. [Os. Times]

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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 Oct 1858