The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 4, 1845

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p.1 The Steamer Highlander, after a most successful season, is about wintering in Cornwall. She is to undergo some changes, in order to navigate the Beauharnois Canal with greater ease than she could in her present shape. [Cornwall Observer]

Inquest - on body of Matthew Thomson, a sailor on board steamer Adventure, at that time lying at the Credit Harbor; he was found dead in morning. [British Canadian]



Port of Kingston - Arrived

Nov. 27 - Sch. Prince of Wales, Windsor, 1080 bbls flour, 1540 bus wheat; Amity, Port Hope, 670 bbls flour.

Nov. 28 - Sch. Edith, Windsor Harbor, 1286 bbls flour, 1500 bus wheat; Queen, Beamsville, 98 pcs oak timber.

Dec. 1 - Sch. Richard Tinning, Port Credit, 473 bbls flour; Clyde, Hamilton, 356 bbls flour, 5090 bus wheat; Maid of the Mill, Humber River, 1350 bbls flour; Defiance, Windsor Harbor, 317 bbls flour; Jesse Woods, St. Catherines, 763 bbls flour; Austria, Sackets Harbor, 3000 bus barley; Gen. Brock, Oswego, Merchandize, 673 bbls flour.

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Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 4, 1845