The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 14, 1816

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p.3 We are credibly informed, that thro' the exertions of Sir Robert Hall and the officers and seamen of the Royal Navy, the Schooner Mary, which was stated in our last, to have been on the rocks at the Ducks, has been got off, and the greater part of the property on board saved.

Capt. Theophilus Sampson of the Schooner Pert, takes this opportunity of returning his most sincere thanks to Commodore Sir Robert Hall, Royal Navy, Wm. Mitchell, J. Kirby & R. MacKay, Esquires, and all other friends concerned, for their prompt and spirited exertions, when it was supposed that the Pert was on shore at the Ducks, in attempting to render him every assistance in their power, and which were only prevented by the Pert's safe arrival in port. Kingston, Dec. 10th, 1816.

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Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 14, 1816