The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 22, 1845


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MARINE LIST.

Port of Kingston - Arrived.

Nov. 13th - Sch. Carrier Dove, St. Catherines, 400 bbls flour; Sir Charles Bagot, do 1610 bbls flour; Dewitt Clinton, Cleveland, 76 hf. boxes glass, 270 bbls tallow, 20 bbls lard, 187 bales hemp; Leopard, Oswego, 30 hhds sugar, 18 boxes tobacco, and other merchandize; Scow Tenz, Cape Vincent, 28 live hogs; J. Martin, Peach Island, 7,128 standard staves; Isabella, Bond Head, 3000 bus wheat, 12 bbls flour, 11 firkins butter.

Nov. 14th - Sch. Nile, Cobourg, 484 bbls flour; C.J. Robinson, Oakville, 30 do do, 6000 bus wheat; A. Gage, Bronte, 2102 bus wheat; Rachael, Detroit, 4402 bus wheat; Mary Ann, Port Dalhousie, 200 bus wheat; Emerald, Port Credit, 1831 bus wheat; Robert Peel, Hamilton, 525 bbls flour, 90 bbls whisky; Rose of Kingston, Port Stanley, 4710 bus wheat, 49 bbls pork, 17 kegs butter; Louise, 575 bbls flour, 3750 bus wheat, 14 bbls ashes; Thames, Hamilton, 1151 bbls flour, 3 bbls ashes; Alleghany, Cleveland, 992 bbls flour; Lavinia, St. Catherines, 1500 bbls flour; Canada, Port Credit, 59 pcs square oak timber.

Nov. 17th - Amelia, Oakville, 6000 bus wheat; Henrietta, Port Stanley, 4544 bus wheat, 81 bbls flour, 11 bbls pork, 4 bbls ashes, 2 kegs butter; Kent, Hamilton, 836 bbls flour; Ellen, Port Ryerse, 763 bbls flour, 75 bbls whisky; Almeida, St. Catherines, 1524 bbls flour, 14 bbls highwines; Royal Tar, Port Stanley, 4604 bus wheat, 10 bbls flour, 30 bbls pork, 14 kegs butter, 3 bbls ashes; Prop. St. Thomas, River Humber, 750 bbls flour; Elizabeth, Port Credit, 5000 bus wheat, 100 bbls flour; Lord Seaton, Cleveland, 207 hf. boxes glass, 1064 bbls flour, 143 bbls pork, 800 bus coal; Caledonia, do 1247 bbls flour, 172 bbls tallow; Independence, do 540 bbls flour, 144 bbls flour.

Nov. 18th - Trafalgar, Port Credit, 720 bbls flour.

Nov. 19th - Mohawk, Cleveland, 1298 bbls flour; Minerva Cook, do., 1490 bbls flour, 500 hf. boxes glass, 209 bbls pork.

Loss of Life on Lake Michigan - By the arrival of the steamer Oregon, from Chicago, we give a few more items of the effects of the storm.

The sloop J.K. Polk, with 7 persons on board, left St. Joseph on Sunday week, for Chicago, with a load of lumber. She has not been heard from since, and is supposed to be lost with all on board.

Capt. Ward, of the steamer Champion, reports visiting the schr. Ocean, of Mackinaw, about 6 miles north of St. Joseph, and two miles from shore. She was a complete wreck, having lost her boat and davies, carried away her mainmast, her sails torn into rags, hatches off and lumber in the hold. There was no person on board, and it is supposed the crew are all lost. She had the appearance of having been capsized and righted again.

Wrecks on Lake Ontario - The brig Algomah is ashore at Port Dalhousie. She had on board 3000 bushels wheat and 800 bbls. flour. She is on the beach and is filled with water. It is feared that she will be a total wreck, and her cargo will be nearly all destroyed. She is owned by Mr. Pardee, in Oswego.

The schr. Victoria, a Canadian vessel, is ashore at the same place, but not in so bad condition. Her freight was light.

As the steamer Lady of the Lake came down from Lewiston yesterday, she saw three vessels on the beach between Lewiston and this port - one at the 30 mile creek. Saturday and Sunday were bad days on the lake. [Rochester Democrat]


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Date of Original:
Nov. 22, 1845
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Rick Neilson
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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 22, 1845