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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 Nov 1860

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p.2 The Gale of Friday Night - Gem, Great Eastern, Antelope, W. Branard and 2 others ashore at Oakville, brig Niagara ashore at mouth of Niagara. [Leader]

-The Kyle Spangler Sunk - in Lake Huron after collision with Racine. [Detroit Tribune]

-Abandoned - prop. Mayflower reports brig Clarion stripped and abandoned. [ibid]

-The Racine - still sunk at False Presque Isle. [ibid]

-brig Mineral of Kingston ashore at Adams, below Oswego. [Buffalo Express]

-sch. T.G. Scott ashore at Long Pt., Canada, to be stripped and abandoned. [ibid]

-Notice to Mariners - obstruction removed at Conneaut, Ohio.

-schooner Nightingale towed in by tug Echo. [Buffalo Express]

-prop. Buckeye tows schooner Racine into False Presque Isle after collision. [Detroit Advertiser]

-barque B.S. Sheppard, sch. T.V. Avery and L.C. Butts rode out storm in Pigeon Bay. [ibid]

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 Nov 1860