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In Canada, storms cause heavy damage along the coast of the Gulf of St. Lawrence

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10/06/1860 to 10/07/1860
Two days of violent gales struck the Gulf of St. Lawrence in eastern Canada and caused severe damage along the western coast.  The town of Shediac in present-day New Brunswick, lost wharves and building, and sailing vessels were driven ashore.  (John Osborne) 
Source Citation: 
"Terrific Gale in the Gulf of St. Lawrence," New York Times, October 15, 1860.

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