Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 Nov 1868
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p.2 Marine Items - prop East scuttled east of piers at Port Stanley.
-sch. Fred L. Wells ashore at Port Bruce, on north shore of Lake Erie; sch. Queen of the Lakes ashore on Timber Island - tug and lighter sent for.
-Rescued - tug H.A. Calvin towed sch. W.B. Allen, lately ashore at Toronto, and brig Henry Rooney, disabled, into harbor. "The tug John A. Macdonald under charge of Mr. John Donelly, proceeded to the Queen of the Lakes, ashore at Timber Island, as reported elsewhere, and saving her by discharging a portion of her cargo into a barge, succeeded in getting her off on Saturday morning, and brought her to this port. She has suffered no great damage, and is re-loading her cargo."
-Imports - 13,14.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes