Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Nov 1869
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p.2 Wreck of Her Majesty - Full Particulars - eyewitness account of purser.
-Kingston Marine -
-The Effect of the Gale - Further Marine Disasters - tug H.A. Calvin has gone to aid of Annexation ashore on Amherst Island; Azov floated at Toronto; sch. Canada aground near Collins Bay; sch. Tranche Montagne lost headgear; sch. Volunteer came ashore at Port Ontario; schooners Two Brothers, Albatross and Florence damaged at Toronto; J.C. Hill, Anna O. Hanson and Quick Step are all high and dry at Port Rowan; bark Winona disabled at Port Ryerse; sch. Arrow ashore at Grass Pt., 15 miles north of Chicago; brig Concord of Detroit sunk 3 miles from shore off Port Bruce - Capt. Gaskin of prop. Bruno rescued 3 men off her mast head; the Thomas A. Scott wrecked in Straits of Mackinaw.
-The Steamers - Magnet and Kingston to winter here.
-Navigation - various harbors already frozen up.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes