The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Nov 1864

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-Laid Up - Champion at Montreal.

-Messrs. Henderson & Co's Steamers - Osprey and West to go on Halifax-Quebec route.

-The Merritt - at Pictou for coal.

-steamer City of Toronto laid up at Niagara.

-The schooner Newash, of Owen Sound, was wrecked in the gale last week on HorseShoe Island.

-Shipwrecks On the Canadian Shore of Lake Huron - sch. Altair and scow American Eagle ashore near Chantry Island; 3 ashore at Kincardine; 1 ashore north of Kincardine at Stoney Island.

-sch. E.K. Gilbert of Detroit arrived in Oswego in tow of tug Jo Mack, had been ashore a few miles below Clayton, lost large anchor and chain.

-Disasters On Lake Michigan - schs. Allegheny, Hayes, H.N. Gates, brig Pilgrim, brig Mahoning, schs. E.M. Shoyer, Belott, Abigail, and Emeline all ashore. [Chicago Journal]

-barque Hungarian pulled off at Racine.

-sch. Thornton at Detroit with damaged sails and leaking.

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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Nov 1864