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  • The Quebec Under Water At Devil's Gap
    NewspaperText  Sarnia Observer, 24 Jul 1885     The Quebec Under Water At Devil's Gap

    The telegram received from Capt. Symes on Friday afternoon to the effect that the Quebec had gone down in 20 fathoms of water caused intense sorrow to spread over our townspeople. It however, was alleviated by the information that no lives ...

    NewspaperText  Sarnia Observer, 24 Jul 1885   The Quebec Under Water At Devil's Gap

    The telegram received from Capt. Symes on Friday afternoon to the effect that the Quebec had gone down in 20 fathoms of water ...

  • The Wrecked Quebec
    NewspaperText  Sarnia Observer, 31 Jul 1885    

    The wrecked Quebec--The Detroit Free Press says: Judging from the latest move made with S. A. Murphy to raise the Northwest Transportation Company's steamer Quebec, sunk in the Devil's Gap, Sault Ste. Marie river. A couple of gentlemen residing in Detroit, and who owned wrecking outfits, ...

    NewspaperText  Sarnia Observer, 31 Jul 1885  

    The wrecked Quebec--The Detroit Free Press says: Judging from the latest move made with S. A. Murphy to raise the Northwest Transportation Company's steamer Quebec, sunk in the Devil's Gap, ...

  • Floated at Last
    NewspaperText  Sarnia Observer, 13 Nov 1885     Floated at Last The Propeller Quebec Raised

    Detroit Nov. 6 -- Last midnight Capt. S.A. Murphy, of this city received a telegram from Capt. John E. Tobin, at Sault Ste Marie, announcing the practical accomplishment by Murphy's force of the most difficult and hazardous ...

    NewspaperText  Sarnia Observer, 13 Nov 1885   Floated at Last The Propeller Quebec Raised

    Detroit Nov. 6 -- Last midnight Capt. S.A. Murphy, of this city received a telegram from Capt. John E. Tobin, at Sault Ste ...

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