The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 5 Nov 1870

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p.2 Rochester replacing Bay of Quinte on Bay route.

-Caroline Marsh was picked up by tug Crusader 20 miles off Pultneyville, she had lost anchors and chains and deckload.

-sch. Nellie Brown capsized and went ashore at Stony Island Passage, stripped of anchors, chains and rigging.

-the U.S. storm signal system is now working.

-sch. Jessie had 9 crew, all lost.

-sch. Glad Tidings towed into Port Colborne, waterlogged, lost cabin, boat and anchor, broke centreboard.

-tugs still working on barge John Marks.

-Imports - 3,4.

p.3 Another Vessel Lost - sch. Jessie Macdonald ashore at Wellington and a total loss.

-Police Court - 2 sailors fined for being drunk.

- sailors on barque Southampton complained of being refused the payment of wages due them; Captain was summoned and the difficulty was settled.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 5 Nov 1870