The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Jan. 30, 1886

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p.3 They Didn't Find The Body - Capt. T. Donnelly, jr. and Joseph Malefont return without body.

Bravery Unrewarded - The Recorded Acts of Heroic Men - at Long Point, Prince Edward County - wheelsman recounts events of burning of Ocean Wave; Oct. 1864 stranding of barque Britton; both times Dulmages and Wall came to rescue but never received award; in 1860 the barque St. George and American vessel Wild Rover ashore at South Bay Point; effort to make Wellington a harbor of refuge; Capt. Donnelly's opinions.

Incidents Of The Day - Capt. S. Tyo will commence upon the dock at Powers Shipyard on Monday next.


The following vessels are registered at this port under the late Canadian Act, Chap. 41, of the Consolidated Statutes of Canada:

tons register

12 schooners 1,791

3 sloops 93

20 barges 5,210

49 wood boats 2,114

2 steam lifts 69

23 steamers 3,747

113 13,024

Vessels Registered under the Merchants' Shipping Act of 1884:

tons register

24 schooners 5,528

19 sloops 766

1 brigantine 263

17 barges 4,383

1 wood boat 64

1 steam elevator 60

39 steamers 2,331

102 13,384

Total 217 vessels measuring 26,408 tons

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Jan. 30, 1886