British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 6, 1883
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p.2 Deseronto Doings - Unusual activity is now displayed at the shipyard. The strs. Armenia, Quinte, Flight, Deseronto, Louise and Pilgrim are undergoing repairs. The str. Louise has been thoroughly overhauled.
p.3 The First Passage - The steambarge D.R. Van Allan, Capt. Thompson, from Port Hope with a cargo of barley, arrived at Charlotte on April 4th. She was detained two days on the lake by immense fields of ice. No lights were in either of the lighthouses, and it was with great difficulty that she made the harbour.
April 7, 1883
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes