Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 20 Nov 1868
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p.2 Accident to the Steamer Corinthian - struck by propeller a couple of miles below Cedar Island.
-Marine Items - No word was received yesterday from the tug at work at the schr. S. Robinson, aground on Charity Shoal, and it is feared her case is hopeless. She is an old vessel, and insured. A heavy sea has been working against the tug steamer since she went to her rescue. Her sails, anchors, chain cables and about 1000 bushels of wheat have been removed from her.
-sch. Mary O'Gorman and scow Vampire still ashore at Rondeau.
-sch. Minerva Cook ashore at Point Peninsula.
-sch. Walrus has gone to pieces near Beaver Harbor.
-prop. East taken off by tug Magnet at Port Stanley.
-Imports - 19.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes