The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 Apr 1859

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p.2 Aground - schooners Indus, Thornton, Norris and Grant aground on Flats. [Detroit Tribune 25th]

-Vessel Lost - scow Antelope 10 miles below Point au Pelee. [ibid]

-Disaster - brig Manchester wrecked below Cleveland. [ibid]

-Schr. Watts Sherman Ashore - in Old Mission Harbor, Grand Traverse Bay. [Chicago Press 24th]

-The Vessels Ashore In and Near the Straits - schooner Ralph Campbell at Hog Island Reef, schooners Fulton and Bradley ashore in Straits. [ibid]

-A Female Robinson Crusoe - woman only survivor from schooner Ozelle lives on island in Lake Superior for 3 years - might not be true.

-Canadian schooner Buttles ashore 12 miles below Genessee River.

-Imports - 27-29; Exports - 28,29.

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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 Apr 1859