British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 24, 1882
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p.3 Inspecting Vessels - Capt. James F. Allen is sub-Inspector of vessels for the western peninsula. He begins at Port Maitland, goes up Lake Erie, the St. Clair & Detroit Rivers, and Lake Huron as far as Goderich. He has a big district to cover.
Whats The News? - Capt. Farrington has purchased the Minnie Blakely lying aground off Point Ann. He is at work with a force of men raising her.
-offers will be made for Upper Canada boats at meeting of directors of Richelieu & Ontario Co. on Saturday.
-The schr. Mary has been sold by S. Shepard, of Port Stanley, to Messrs. McBeth Bros., of London and Capt. Angus May, of Port Stanley, for $5,200 cash.
Still In The Marine Business - Capt. J.H. Scott still working for Capt. J. Norris of St. Catharines.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes