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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 2 Nov 1863

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p.3 K.C. & M.-Lying Up For The Season - barque Arabia at Portsmouth.

-schs. James Coleman, Foster and Catherine reported ashore between Kingston and Coburg.

-Accident to the Passport - touched edge of Market Battery Shoal, now sunk at Water Works wharf.

-Correction of Error - Banshee was at Howard's Wharf on Bay of Quinte and not lost.

-Vessels Passed Through the Welland Canal - Oct. 31.

-Collision - sch. Miranda and scow Monitor collide in harbor. [Clev. Herald]

-Ashore - sch. Geo. Washington on St. Helena Island. [ibid]

-New Steamer - prop Her Majesty to be launched on Nov. 5.

-sch. Caire wrecked near Death's Door. [Buffalo Express]

-Dismasted - Canadian sch. Ayr 12 miles southwest from South Manitou lighthouse. [Milwaukee Sentinel]

-sch. Yankee Blade put into Beaver Harbor in leaking condition. [Mil. Wisconsin]

-sch. Czar put into Beaver Harbor with sails damaged & cargo shifted. [ibid]

-sch. D.O. Dickinson put into Beaver Harbor with sails damaged. [ibid]

-bark Superior of Detroit on Graham Shoals in Straits of Mackinac but got off. [ibid]

-Loss of the Schooner Dan Slawson - near Death's Door. [Mil. Sentinel]

-bark Grace Greenwood ashore at Mackinac Point. [ibid]

-Canadian sch. Ayr towed in by tug Leviathan. [ibid]

-Imports - Oct. 31, Nov. 2.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 2 Nov 1863