British Whig (Kingston, ON), 8 Dec 1871
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p.2 Imports - 7.
p.3 Sheep Export - str. Watertown took 400 sheep to Cape Vincent.
-Marine - vessels laid up at Wolfe Island: British Lion, R. Gaskin, Agnes, Aigle-de-Mer, and Marina.
-Ashore - Elvina at Point Peninsula, near Sacketts Harbor; the sch. Irene has gone from Cape Vincent to lighten her.
-Casualty - a hawser broke while Watertown was attempting to free sch. Monticello, ashore in American channel, and a women in cabin was hurt.
-Ashore - sch. Elvina at Pt. Peninsula; tug Jessie Hall has gone to help.
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- 8 Dec 1871
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes