The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 22, 1880

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Marine News.

The fleet all departed, the harbour is again very quiet.

The steamers Spartan, Alexandra, and D.C. West called at Swifts wharf.

The sch. E.G. Benedict was the only arrival reported today. She came light from Clayton.

The sch. Marysburg, Toledo 11,341 bush of corn, was the only arrival at Portsmouth today.

Passed Through the Welland Canal: schrs. J. McLeod, Toledo, Kingston, corn; Canadian, Toledo, corn; J.C. Woodruffe, Morpeth, Collinsby, timber; Nellie Hunter, Toledo, Kingston, wheat; Pandora, do., corn; Ida Walker, do., corn; E.H. Rutherford, do., wheat; L.D. Bullock, do., corn; J.R. Merritt, Duluth, corn; Erie Queen, Toledo, wheat; Wm. Home, Detroit, wheat; Canada, Toledo, timber; A. Falconer, do., wheat; Paragon, do., corn.

A Delightful Cruise - yacht Sea Dove, Capt. H.E. Bolton, of Amherst Island, on cruise to Thousand Islands - details.

Toronto & Its Boats - mentions Chicora and City of Toronto.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 22, 1880