The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 21, 1884

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p.3 Marine Appointments - Mr. Kennedy, mate of the propeller Myles.

James Gardiner, mate of the Active.

p.J. McGrath, employ of Hall & Co., Ogdensburg.

Capt. H. Brown, of Cape Vincent, master of prop. Frost.

Capts. Bailey, Cape Vincent, and Mallon, Detroit, masters of two new steamers now being built at Detroit.

Capt. J. Leonard, master of the prop. Philadelphia, of the Anchor Line.

Here & There - The divers have examined the port side of the propeller Oneida and report a hole one foot wide by about 30 in length. This side was supposed to be the least damaged.

yacht Magnolia to appear on St. Lawrence in July.

About To Leave Us - J. Matthews to Trenton to be engineer on one of Mr. Porte's steamers.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 21, 1884