Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 8 Nov 1865
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p.3 The Gale - wreck at Salmon Pt. is either barque International or barque Sir E.W. Head; sch. Phoebe Catherine all right at South Bay; sch. Maude ashore at Wellington with 15,000 bushels of peas; Maggie ashore at Gull Point; 20-30 vessels in shelter at South Bay and Smith's Bay; Morning Star ashore 3 miles west of Oswego.
-at Port Colborne schooners Marion Egan and Wings of the Morning ashore.
-at Oswego schooners Morning Star and Almira ashore; sch. Lindsay ashore 12 miles from Oswego.
-The Merritt - formerly owned by G. Chaffey & Bros. of Kingston is in port from Montreal.
-Vessels Repaired In Port - extensive repairs made to str. Rochester at Davidson & Doran's Foundry; sch. British Queen is hauled out at Marine Railway for repairs to damaged hull; Pride of America launched from Marine Railway after hull repairs; Watertown being rebuilt.
-Marine Items - arrivals and departures.
-Imports - 6.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes