The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Oct. 22, 1819

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p.3 During the severe gale last Tuesday night the Schooner Rambler, from Sacket's Harbor, having on board some passengers, 20 barrels Ashes, and a few barrels of Pork, was driven ashore in Reid's Bay, on Wolfe Island. The Potash is said to be greatly damaged, but fortunately no lives were lost. The vessel is still fast on the rocks.

On Monday the 11th inst. a man named John Cunningham, servant to Mr. Justice Boulton, fell from the Steam Boat Charlotte, while laying at the Carrying Place, and was drowned. [U.C. Herald]

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Rick Neilson
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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Oct. 22, 1819