The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston News (Kingston, ON), June 5, 1845

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Port of Kingston - Arrived.

May 29 - Sch. Queen Victoria, Port Dalhousie, 111 pcs. timber; Fanny, Toronto, 485 bls. flour; Jane & Eliza, Hamilton, 1279 bls. flour, 21 Saleratus; Anne Jane Brown, Port Hope, 5080 bus. wheat, 435 bls. flour, 6 do whisky.

May 30 - Sch. William Penn, Hamilton, 79 pcs. timber; Perry, Port Windsor, 748 bls. flour, 56 do ashes; Shamrock, Port Stanley, 157 bls. pork, 2475 bush. corn, 138 bls. ashes, 2 bls. lard, 66 bls. beef, 46 casks grass seed, 56 bls. flour; str. Prince of Wales, Bay Quinte, 365 bls. flour, 42 bls. ashes; sch. Prince of Wales, Port Windsor, 849 bls. flour, 1205 lbs. hams, 12 firkins lard, 3590 pipe staves; Mayflower, Wellington, 630 bls. flour.

June 2 - Sch. Ellen, Hamilton, 930 bls. flour; Princess Royal, do, 1380 bls. flour, 32 do whisky; Princess Victoria, do. 1264 bls. flour, 32 do. whisky; Propeller Beagle, Humber, 1042 bls. flour, 3 bls. ashes, 8 bls. Timothy seed; sch. Lord Seaton, Port Dalhousie, 106 pcs. oak timber; Agnes Dun, Goderich, 2310 bls. wheat; Brothers, Whitby, 552 bls. flour, 24 bls. ashes; Maid of the Mill, Humber, 1400 bls. flour; str. Prince of Wales, Bay Quinte, 344 bls. flour, 45 bls. ashes.

June 3 - Sch. Thistle, Port Dover, 1000 bls. flour, 3000 staves; Merchant Miller, St. Catherines, 1499 bls. flour, 77 bls. ashes; sch. Helen Mar, Thorold, 1122 flour; brig. General Brock, Port Dalhousie, 153 pcs. oak timber; sch. Hannah Counter, do, 101 do, do; bark Eleonora, do. timber; sch. Kent, Port Dover, 500 bls. flour, 28 bls. ashes, 180 bls. whisky.

June 4 - Sch. Minerva Cook, Port Dalhousie, 108 pcs. oak timber; George Moffatt, Oakville, 118 bls. flour, 17 bls. timothy seed; Chief Justice Robinson, Hamilton, 1424 bls. flour, 25 do whisky, 2 bls. ashes, 1 bale; Robert Bruce, South Bay, 200 bls. flour; Emerald, Port Dalhousie, 468 bls. flour; Mariner, Port Sarnia, 6000 pipe staves; Sloop Traveller, Amherst Island, 100 bus. potatoes; Str. Prince of Wales, Bay Quinte, 263 bls. flour, 41 do ashes, 8 do pork; Barge Western, do 900 bls. flour and pork; Sch. Empress, Cobourg, 620 bls. flour.

June 5 - Sch. Jessy Woods, Oshawa, 846 bls. flour.

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Kingston News (Kingston, ON), June 5, 1845