The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 28, 1816

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The Subscribers tender their most cordial thanks to Sir Robert Hall, for despatching the Schooner Netley to the relief of the Schooner Mary, as soon as it was known that she was stranded on a Shoal near the false ducks. They cannot leave Kingston without thus publickly stating the very great obligation they feel under to the Magistrates and other respectable inhabitants of this place, for the assistance they have rendered us in recovering the property that was thrown overboard from the Mary, after she struck.

Kingston Dec. 27, 1816 Elisha Ely, Stanly Bagg.

Notice - Any persons who may have collected any flour or Pork, that was thrown overboard from the Schooner Mary, will have the goodness to deliver it to Mr. John Ellerbeck, who is authorized to receive and pay charges on the same.

Kingston, Dec. 27, 1816. Elisha Ely, Stanly Bagg.

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Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 28, 1816