The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 26, 1882

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p.2 Yacht Atalanta - arrives from Oswego; bottom covered with barnacles; "Capt. Cuthbert declares that he has done his last yachting."



The schr. Undine has arrived to load ore for Ashtabula.

The schr. T.R. Merritt is bringing corn from Chicago to Edwardsburg at 5 1/4 cents.

The schr. Pride of America has arrived at Swift's wharf with 187 tons of coal from Toledo.

The steamer Spartan arrived this afternoon from Hamilton. She was many hours behind time.

The sunken hull of the foundered schooner Nellie Sherwood has been discovered in Georgian Bay.

The following vessels are loading either ore or barley: Philo Bennett, White Oak, Eureka and Forest Queen.

The schr. Herbert Dudley has arrived from Oswego to load barley for Richardsons. This schooner has made her second visit to this port during this season.

Actions have been taken out in the Supreme Court, Quebec, against the following companies for neglecting to pay a tax imposed: St. Lawrence Steam Navigation Company for $300; St. Lawrence Steamboat Co., $300; the Bay of Quinte Line, $300; and the Merchants Line, $600.

Police Court - lad employed on lumber schooner Moira, of Trenton, got into trouble for taking the Captain's hunting equipment to go after ducks.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 26, 1882