British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Oct 1872
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p.2 V.P.T.W.C. - 18.
-Ashore - sch. S.H. Lathrop ashore on Hinckley's Flats, steam barge Westford attempted to help and got aground also, the revenue cutter Chase pulled both off.
-Aground - tug Atlas and 1 of a tow of 5 barges the Frank, went aground in Galops Rapids.
-Marine - sch. Alpha taken off shore near Oswego, launched at Marine Railway and now laid up above Cataraqui Bridge; sch. D. McInnes, now owned by Folger Bros. is getting new masts; the sch. Marco Polo, which sunk at the Railway wharf during a late gale, has been raised by boxes, and is being hauled out.
p.3 The Canal Manslaughter - Capt. Coote out on bail of $1,600, he shot a sailor on White Oak, to be tried at Welland Assizes on Oct. 28th.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes