The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 18, 1885

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The following will command the fleet of the M.T. Co.

Tug Jessie Hall - Capt. Jas. Martin; first engineer, W. Hazlett; second engineer, J. Pendergast; mate, John Martin.

Tug Bronson - Capt. J. Murray; first engineer, J.G. Henderson; second engineer, S. Taylor; mate, J. Doyle.

Tug Active - Capt. J. McMaugh; first engineer, C. Guyette; second engineer, J. Hamilton; mate, J. Boyd.

Tug D.G. Thompson - Capt. J. Murray; first engineer, John Dodds; second engineer, E. Taylor; mate, T. Doyle.

Tug Glyde (sic - Glide) - Capt. C. Martin; first engineer, G. Hazlett; second engineer, A. Davidson; mate, T. Murphy.

Schooner Glenora - Capt. Geaghan (sic); mate, N. Paterson.

Schooner Gaskin - Capt. M. Patterson; mate, E. Turcotte.

The schooner Annie Foster, Capt. Kennedy, lying at Portsmouth, has been repainted and repaired, and is now in condition for the opening of navigation.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 18, 1885