Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 Sep 1868
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p.2 Gunboats - Minstrel and Rescue on St. Lawrence, Heron at Toronto, Prince Alfred between Fort Erie and Port Stanley, Britomart between Port Stanley and Amherstburg, Cherub between Amherstburg and Goderich.
-Marine Items - steamer Rochester grounded near Stone Mills, pulled off by Bay of Quinte.
-We gave an account some days ago of the loss of the schooner Dolphin, between Chaumont Bay and the Ducks, by capsizing in a gale. Two men, who got on the hatch, were lost. The names we now learn are Henry Selwick and Edward Howard. The other two reached land safely in the jolly boat.
-The Hippopotamus - a propeller, plying between St. Joseph Michigan and Chicago, foundered in gale; sch. Lively ashore on Middle Sister Island, Lake Erie, but got off.
-Port of Kingston - 12.
-Imports - 10,11
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes