p.1 Imports - 29,30.
p.2 It is ascertained that the schr. J.G. Jenkins foundered in the gale on Monday above Oswego, and that all on board were lost. One of the cabin doors and the lid to the scuttle have gone ashore at Oswego. The lost were Capt. John Brown, of Oswego, first mate, John Stewart, James Williams, Michael Brophy and Wm. Bonner, all of Oswego, and a woman cook, from Buffalo. The vessel was insured for $8,000, and cargo insured for $26,000.
-schr. Wilcox and str. Tecumseh aground at Pt. Colborne.
p.3 Accident - while ship-carpenters were working at str. Queen at Marine Railway, the rudder fell on a man and broke his leg.
-Marine News - str. Chieftain left to help Blanche.
- 40 vessels ashore on Lake Michigan.
- Bentley towed to Prescott by H.A. Calvin.