The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 Nov 1869

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p.2 Kingston Marine

-The Storm King - The Effects of the Gale - More Wrecks - prop. Her Majesty a total loss on Whitehead Shoal, near Perce, Quebec; sch. Pandora ashore 5 miles below Sackett's Harbor; sch. Annexation owned by Mr. Ryan of Wolfe Island, ashore near Sacketts; barges Saguenay and Oak Leaf in collision and sunk at head of Beauharnois Canal; str. Corinthian grounded in Lake St. Francis; schooners Heather Bell and Saucy Jack still ashore; barks Naomi and City of Painesville ashore near Manistee, Lake Michigan; sch. Gerritt Smith ashore at Rondeau, Lake Erie; sch. A. Ford ashore at Bar Point and got off.

-Port Colborne, Nov. 7 - James Belyea of Bronte, Ont. mate of the sch. Jane McLeod, was knocked overboard and drowned, on the trip down, on Lake Erie.

-barge ashore on Pt. Frederick and towed off.

-Lake Freights -

-Imports - 8,9.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
Rick Neilson
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 Nov 1869