The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 11, 1882

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The prop. Dromedary is wind bound here.

The schr. Erie Stewart, with a cargo of 16,422 bushels of wheat, is in port from Port Dover.

The schr. Wm. Elgin has arrived, light from Oswego, and will load barley for that port again.

The storm drum was ordered up at 11 o'clock today, intimating the approach of a gale from the west.

The tug Bronson leaves for Montreal tonight with four barges having 80,000 bushels of wheat and 100 tons of soap stone.

The schr. Mary Merritt ran into the harbour during the night. She has a full cargo of corn for Ogdensburg from Chicago; rate 5 1/4 cents.

The steamer Conqueror, in command of Capt. T. Donnelly, left last evening for Georgian Bay in order to rescue the prop. Georgian. Capt. Booth accompanies the party. Capt. J. Donnelly, the wrecking master, left this afternoon by train. He meets the Conqueror at the canal.

Free Canals - defects of Canadian system.

p.3 Marriage & Death - Richard Spotten, porter on City of Fremont, recently married and then drowned.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 11, 1882