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  • The steamboat Ontario
    TextNewspaper  Ontario Repository (Canandaigua, NY), Tues., Aug. 18, 1818    

    The Steamboat Ontario, in going up the lake, encountered a severe gale on Wednesday night and Thursday last: when within three miles of the Niagara river, she was driven back as far as Sodus, but without receiving any damage. A few days previous, a small vessel, which plies as sort ...

    TextNewspaper  Ontario Repository (Canandaigua, NY), Tues., Aug. 18, 1818  

    The Steamboat Ontario, in going up the lake, encountered a severe gale on Wednesday night and Thursday last: when within three miles of the Niagara river, she was driven back ...

  • Lake Disaster
    NewspaperText  Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 20 Nov 1837    

    Lake Disaster-- The severe wind of Wednesday night and Thursday of last week, caused some damage to the shipping of Lake Ontario, but as yet we have not heard of the loss of any lives. On Thursday morning the lake was exceedingly rough and the few schooner which were out ...

    NewspaperText  Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 20 Nov 1837  

    Lake Disaster-- The severe wind of Wednesday night and Thursday of last week, caused some damage to the shipping of Lake Ontario, but as yet we have not heard of ...

  • The Storm Last Evening
    TextNewspaper  Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 20 Jun 1850     The Lake Erie Disaster. _____ Further of the Loss of the Griffith _____ Loss of 250 Lives!

    Buffalo, June 18 - 4 P.M.

    The number of passengers on board the Griffith when she took fire, is thus ...

    TextNewspaper  Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 20 Jun 1850   The Lake Erie Disaster. _____ Further of the Loss of the Griffith _____ Loss of 250 Lives!

    Buffalo, June 18 - 4 P.M.

    The number of passengers on ...

  • Severe Thunder Storm
    NewspaperText  Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 23 Apr 1850    

    Severe Thunder Storm- A brisk and brilliant April shower came off early yesterday morning. The wind was in the South and for successive hours the rain, at intervals, fell in profusion. The lightning was very vivid, but the thunder was truly sublime. The Propeller St. Lawrence was struck ...

    NewspaperText  Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 23 Apr 1850  

    Severe Thunder Storm- A brisk and brilliant April shower came off early yesterday morning. The wind was in the South and for successive hours the rain, at intervals, fell in ...

  • Severe Gale
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    Severe Gale- A severe gale from the north west began on Saturday evening and continued through Sunday, up to a late hour in the night. It was accompanied with alternate snow squalls, which at times gave everything a most dismal, wintry aspect. Quite a number of vessels come down the ...

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    Severe Gale- A severe gale from the north west began on Saturday evening and continued through Sunday, up to a late hour in the night. It was accompanied with alternate ...

  • Great Gale on Lake Erie
    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Daily Star (Syracuse, NY), 13 Sep 1851     Great Gale on Lake Erie. _____ Loss of Dan Rice's Circus. _____

    Mr. Frost, of the Burnet House, Cincinnati, who arrived here on the Express train, yesterday, from Buffalo, informs us that on Saturday night there was a terrific gale on Lake Erie. The ...

    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Daily Star (Syracuse, NY), 13 Sep 1851   Great Gale on Lake Erie. _____ Loss of Dan Rice's Circus. _____

    Mr. Frost, of the Burnet House, Cincinnati, who arrived here on the Express train, yesterday, from Buffalo, informs ...

  • Marine
    TextNewspaper  Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 2 Apr 1855    

    Owing to the severity of the storm, there are no public transactions today.

    Marine. - A number of vessels took clearances for Canadian ports on Saturday. Among those which went out Saturday night, the propeller St. Nicholas and the schooner Western which encountered the storm ...

    TextNewspaper  Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 2 Apr 1855  

    Owing to the severity of the storm, there are no public transactions today.

    Marine. - A number of vessels took clearances for Canadian ports on Saturday. Among those which went ...

  • Storm-tides on the Lakes
    TextNewspaper  The Monthly Nautical Magazine and Quarterly Review (New York, NY: Griffiths & Bates, 1855), Aug 1855, pp. 457-58    
    STORM-TIDES ON THE LAKES.

    The tidal phenomena on the Lakes have attracted considerable attention during the present season. It is well known that there are no regular tides in our great Lakes ; but it is equally true that storm-tides, such as mentioned ...

    TextNewspaper  The Monthly Nautical Magazine and Quarterly Review (New York, NY: Griffiths & Bates, 1855), Aug 1855, pp. 457-58  
    STORM-TIDES ON THE LAKES.

    The tidal phenomena on the Lakes have attracted considerable attention during the present season. It is well known that there are no regular tides in our ...

  • Terrific Gale
    TextNewspaper  Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 19 Sep 1856     Terrific Gale. - The wind commenced blowing yesterday afternoon from the south, and veered into the northwest at about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and increased in violence till it blew a perfect gale. The brig "E.W. Cross"," Capt. Moore, with a cargo of corn from Chicago for S.J. Holley, ...
    TextNewspaper  Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), 19 Sep 1856   Terrific Gale. - The wind commenced blowing yesterday afternoon from the south, and veered into the northwest at about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and increased in violence till it ...
  • Serious Disaster to the Schooner Sunbury
    NewspaperText  Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 6 Sep 1862, p. 4    

    SERIOUS DISASTER TO THE SCHOONER SUNBURY.--The schooner Sunbury, of Buffalo, met with a serious disaster on the 15th ult. On Lake Superior, some eight miles off Eagle Harbor, the particulars of which is furnished us by Captain C. W. Gray, her master, who arrived here yesterday morning on ...

    NewspaperText  Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 6 Sep 1862, p. 4  

    SERIOUS DISASTER TO THE SCHOONER SUNBURY.--The schooner Sunbury, of Buffalo, met with a serious disaster on the 15th ult. On Lake Superior, some eight miles off Eagle Harbor, the particulars ...

  • The Storm Last Evening
    TextNewspaper  Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 12 Aug 1863    

    The Storm Last Evening. - Shortly after seven o'clock last evening masses of clouds rolled up from the north, west and south-west, bringing with them a gale of wind, which for a few moments whirled the dust through our streets in blinding eddies. The clouds quickly overspread the whole ...

    TextNewspaper  Oswego Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), 12 Aug 1863  

    The Storm Last Evening. - Shortly after seven o'clock last evening masses of clouds rolled up from the north, west and south-west, bringing with them a gale of wind, which ...

  • [Halsted]
    NewspaperText  Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 20 Nov 1913, p. 1, column 3    

    J. B. Bates of Chicago, a representative of the Soper Lumber Co., owners of the barge Halsted, which was cast up on the beach at Washington Harbor during the big blow, arrived here Friday evening. Saturday morning, accompanied by Capt. Rieboldt, of the firm of Rieboldt & Wolter, and Leathem ...

    NewspaperText  Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 20 Nov 1913, p. 1, column 3  

    J. B. Bates of Chicago, a representative of the Soper Lumber Co., owners of the barge Halsted, which was cast up on the beach at Washington Harbor during the big ...

  • Schoonmaker Released
    NewspaperText  Duluth News Tribune (Duluth, MN), 18 Nov 1913, p. 7     SCHOONMAKE RELEASED

    SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont., Nov. 17.-- The wireless station here reports that the big freighter Schoonmaker, which ran ashore off Mission river, has been released by tugs. She was only slightly damaged.

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    NewspaperText  Duluth News Tribune (Duluth, MN), 18 Nov 1913, p. 7   SCHOONMAKE RELEASED

    SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont., Nov. 17.-- The wireless station here reports that the big freighter Schoonmaker, which ran ashore off Mission river, has been released by tugs. She ...

  • Rates Fixed for December Sailing
    NewspaperText  Callahan, George V., Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, OH), 19 Nov 1913, p. 8     RATES FIXED FOR DECEMBER SAILING _______ Wrecked Steamer Major Abandoned to the Underwriters. _______

    BY GEORGE V. CALLAHAN Marine Editor of the Leader

    Captain E. O. Whitney, in charge of the searching party on Lake Huron, last ...

    NewspaperText  Callahan, George V., Cleveland Leader (Cleveland, OH), 19 Nov 1913, p. 8   RATES FIXED FOR DECEMBER SAILING _______ Wrecked Steamer Major Abandoned to the Underwriters. _______

    BY GEORGE V. CALLAHAN Marine Editor of the Leader

    Captain E. O. Whitney, in charge ...

  • Hope to Save Wrecked Tomlinson Freighter
    NewspaperText  Duluth News Tribune (Duluth, MN), 14 Nov 1913, p. 2     HOPE TO SAVE WRECKED TOMLINSON FREIGHTER.

    Reports from the Soo last night said that work on the steamer Fred G. Hartwell of the Tomlinson line, Duluth, was proceeding as fast as the weather permitted. Ore is being thrown overboard, and the lighters expect to float it ...

    NewspaperText  Duluth News Tribune (Duluth, MN), 14 Nov 1913, p. 2   HOPE TO SAVE WRECKED TOMLINSON FREIGHTER.

    Reports from the Soo last night said that work on the steamer Fred G. Hartwell of the Tomlinson line, Duluth, was proceeding as fast ...

  • The Nottingham Aground
    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, p. 1     THE NOTTINGHAM AGROUND

    Fort William, Ont., Nov. 11. -- A telegram was received by J. W. Wolvin, Manager of the Canadian Towing & Wrecking Company, to-day, stating that the steamer Nottingham and aground on Paresian Island, twenty miles from Whitefish Bay. Her bottom was reported ...

    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, p. 1   THE NOTTINGHAM AGROUND

    Fort William, Ont., Nov. 11. -- A telegram was received by J. W. Wolvin, Manager of the Canadian Towing & Wrecking Company, to-day, stating that the steamer ...

  • Crew Escapes From the Northern Queen
    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, 1-2     CREW ESCAPES FROM THE NORTHERN QUEEN _______ Buffalo Vessel Goes Ashore on Kettle Point _______ THE OVERTURNED STEAMER _______ No Positive Identification Has Yet Been Made _______ Story That She is the Regina of Toronto is Told in Port Huron -- ...
    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, 1-2   CREW ESCAPES FROM THE NORTHERN QUEEN _______ Buffalo Vessel Goes Ashore on Kettle Point _______ THE OVERTURNED STEAMER _______ No Positive Identification Has Yet Been Made _______ Story That She ...
  • Details of Toronto Vessels Wrecked
    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, 1, 3     DETAILS OF TORONTO VESSELS WRECKED _______ Three of Them Swept on Rocks in the Great Storm _______ OWNERS AND OFFICERS _______ A Brother of Engineer Lougheed of the Wexford Leaves for Goderich -- The Merchants' Mutual Line of This City a Heavy ...
    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, 1, 3   DETAILS OF TORONTO VESSELS WRECKED _______ Three of Them Swept on Rocks in the Great Storm _______ OWNERS AND OFFICERS _______ A Brother of Engineer Lougheed of the Wexford Leaves ...
  • Collingwood is a Town of Mourning
    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, p. 1     COLLINGWOOD IS A TOWN OF MOURNING _______ Seven Well-known Residents WEre on Wrecked Wexford _______ NEARLY ALL YOUNG MEN _______ Mrs. Geo. Willmott Was on Board With Her Husband _______ Several of the Victims of the Wreck Leave Wives and ...
    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, p. 1   COLLINGWOOD IS A TOWN OF MOURNING _______ Seven Well-known Residents WEre on Wrecked Wexford _______ NEARLY ALL YOUNG MEN _______ Mrs. Geo. Willmott Was on Board With Her Husband _______ ...
  • Terrible Sufferings of Shipwrecked Crews
    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, 1-2     TERRIBLE SUFFERINGS OF SHIPWRECKED CREWS _______ How Turret Chief and L. C. Waldo Were Dashed on the Rocks -- The Crews Almost Fozen, Were for Many Hours Without Food or Shelter _______

    (Special Despatch to The Globe.)

    Calumet, Mich., Nov. 11 ...

    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, 1-2   TERRIBLE SUFFERINGS OF SHIPWRECKED CREWS _______ How Turret Chief and L. C. Waldo Were Dashed on the Rocks -- The Crews Almost Fozen, Were for Many Hours Without Food or ...
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