Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 25 Sep 1860
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p.2 The propeller Banshee, now lying in the canal, off Messrs. Bartley and Gilbert's Foundry, was sold yesterday under a warrant of distress emanating from the Police Court, to Mr. Starnes, for $3000.
-Bath Sept. 22 - The following accident occurred here this morning:- The Schooner Ovin, of Sackett's Harbor, loaded with lumber, went ashore here this morning during the gale. It is thought that she can be got off when the gale ceases.
p.3 ad for steamer Ottawa, Ryan Master and Victoria, Jones Master, leaving Prince of Wales Wharf, foot of Princess St., for Ottawa.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes