The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), May 6, 1848

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May 1st - Schr. Ardelia, River Humber, 972 bbls. flour.

Hannah, Cobourg, 550 bbls. flour, 61 barley.

Minerva, Cobourg, 1005 bbls. flour.

Ocean, Whitby, 5700 bush. wheat, 135 bbls. flour.

Acorn, Port Darlington, 531 bbls. flour.

Emerald, Oshawa, 2000 bush. wheat.

2nd - Schr. Sophia, Bond Head, 1141 bbls. flour.

Elizabeth, Sarnia, 500 bbls., 47 potash.

3rd - Schr. England, Wellington Square, 1105 bbls. flour.

John Malcolm, Oswego, 393 bbls. pork; 169 tallow, 2 cranberries.

4th - Brigintine Woodman, Wellington, 3000 bush. peas; 600 barley, 20 bbls. flour, 54 pork, 1 bale cotton yarn.

Schr. Royal Tar, Port Hope, 938 bbls. flour, 14 tons bran.

Scotia, Port Hope, 1598 bbls. flour.

Prince of Wales, Whitby, 1350 bbls. flour, 12 pork.

Jane & Eliza, Port Stanley, 292 bbls. flour, 571 pork, 19 ashes, 49 kegs lard, 20 bbls. 12 sacks, 12 hhds. dried apples.

Eudora, Toledo, 1150 bbls. pork.

5th - Brigt. Liverpool, Port Dover, 206 pcs. timber.

Schr. Sarnia, Toronto, 1600 bbls. flour.

Brigt. Breeze, Hamilton, 3552 bbls. flour, 93 oatmeal, 60 barley, 1 whisky, 21 high wines, 3 pork, 1 case ware, 1 hhd. liquor, 5 pcs.

Schr. Wm. Penn, Port Dover, 79 pcs. oak.

C.J. Robinson, Humber, 1480 bbls. flour.

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Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), May 6, 1848