Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 26 Nov 1860
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p.2 The Weather - "....Most of the lake vessels are laid up, but of those still afloat, we expect to hear very sad things.
* We have already heard this morning of no less than 9 vessels ashore within twenty miles of Kingston. The following have been reported:- Mary of St. Catherines on Timber Island; a white Bark on Cedar Island; Quebec of Clayton, on Nine Mile Point; J.G. Morley, at Cataraqui Bay; two schooners on Four Mile Point, a Toronto vessel at the Dock Yard Point, and a white vessel on Long Island.
-Buffalo Nov. 24 - gale on Lake Erie - 70 vessels have passed Detroit and won't be able to enter harbor.
-Imports - 22,23.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes