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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 3, 1851

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The fine steamer Northerner came from Sault last eveing, with a full freight and a large number of passengers. She touched at the Bruce Mines and Mackinaw, and brings very flattering accounts of the business prospects this season in the Northwest.....

.... On the 25th ult. the Manhattan came down with 13 tons copper from the Cliff, 15 tons from the Northwestern mines. Some 12,000 lbs. from the Cliff Mine sunk with a scow in the lake, while being transferred to the Manhattan at Eagle River...

The Propeller Monticello is nearly over the portage, and will soon be launched into the waters of Lake Superior. She will be the fourth on the Lake, and with the two steamers Northerner and London, between the Sault and Cleveland, the best accommodations will be afforded visitors to the upper country. [Cleveland Herald]

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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 3, 1851