The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 27, 1857


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p.2 The St. Lawrence Route - a communication from Detroit Board of Trade mentions C.P. Kershaw, to Liverpool from Chicago.

Marine News - We (Oswego Times) learn that the schooner Wm. Sanderson, of the Game Cock Line, with wheat for this port, was towed down the river, at Detroit, Wednesday last, all right.

The schooner Wm. Ogden, which cleared a few days since for Detroit, with salt, is now stripping and will lay up at this port. The schr. Maize, which also took out her clearance with salt for Toledo, does not intend to leave, and will consequently go into winter quarters.

A despatch from Chicago, Saturday, says the schooner Flying Cloud, bound from Chicago to Buffalo, went ashore at Miller's Point, and seven of her crew were lost.

The schr. Lieutenant Barney, bound up with a cargo of iron, is ashore sixteen miles south of Goderich. The crew were saved.

The steam tug Uncle Ben, from Detroit, is ashore at Kettle Point, and will become a total wreck.

The schooner Joseph Wilson, of Goderich, is ashore at Stoney Island. Her crew were saved.

A large fore-and-aft schooner is ashore just above Sauble River, Lake Huron, C.W.

A letter from Port Hope, dated the 20th, says the propeller Protection passed there the night previous, and the writer was afraid she would be wrecked, as she drifted towards the shore.

Port Stanley - The Recent Gales - gales on Lake Erie; mentions Colonist, tug Relief, prop Forest Queen. [Prototype]

p.3 Imports - 24-26.


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Date of Original:
Nov. 27, 1857
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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 27, 1857