Oswego, Sept. 13. -- The schooner J. J. HILL went ashore in a gale on Friday night, four miles east of Big Sodus, laden with coal from Oswego to Youngstown.
Kingston, Dec. 13. -- The schooner MORNING STAR, bound for Wolfe Island from Cape Vincent, light, struck some ice and sunk at the south shore of Wolfe Island. A Tug went to her assistance.
Kingston, Dec. 17. -- The schooner MORNING STAR still lies on Knapp's Point, Wolfe Island, and is advertised for sale.
OSWEGO Nov. 30 -- The schooner J. G, JENKINS, with wheat from Milwaukee for this port, left the Welland Canal on Sunday morning, and has not been heard from. It is feared she has foundered in the late gale, with all on board. The schooner BLANCHE, from Wellington Square, Ont. for this port...
"1857 List Of Canadian Vessels," Daily Globe (Toronto, ON), 26 May 1857
Daily Globe (Toronto, ON), Tuesday, November 30, 1875,
DISASTERS TO SHIPPING AND LOSS OF LIFE
Kingston, Nov. 29. -- The steam barge IVANHOE is ashore at Oak Point, a short distance down the river. A large schooner, name unknown, is reported ashore on Carlton Island. The gale has abated. Freezing hard tonight.
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