The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 30, 1852


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PORT OF KINGSTON

Arrivals and Imports

June 27th - Str. Lady of the Lake, Cape Vincent (cargo list)

Str. Ontario, Ogdensburgh.

June 28th - Schr. J.E. Hunt, Ogdensburgh.

Schr. Constitution, Oswego, 50 bbls. salt, R. McCormack.

Schr. Mayflower, Wellington, 2,800 bus. rye, J. Morton.

Str. Princess Victoria, Quebec, 53 tons r.r. iron, and other goods, D. McIntosh.

Barge Shannon, Quebec, 158 tons r.r. iron, D. McIntosh.

Barge Doon, Quebec, 123 tons r.r. iron, D. McIntosh.

Barge Quebec, Quebec, 118 tons r.r. iron, D. McIntosh.

Str. Lady of the Lake, Cape Vincent (cargo list)

Str. Niagara, Ogdensburgh (cargo list)

June 29th - Str. Niagara, Ogdensburgh (cargo list)

Exports

June 26th - Str. Lady of the Lake, Cape Vincent (cargo list)

June 28th - Str. Lady of the Lake, Cape Vincent.

Str. Ontario, Oswego.

The steamer Bay State (of the American Express Line,) arrived at this port, from Lewiston, Saturday morning, at six o'clock and fifty minutes. Running time from Niagara River to the Ogdensburgh Railroad Depot, fifteen minutes. [Ogdensburgh Daily News]

This is great travelling, and we transcribe the record of the Bay State's exploit for the benefit of posterity. Two hundred and twenty miles in "fifteen minutes" is rather "tall travelling" for a steamer. Our Yankee friends, can without doubt, "beat all creation" in the steamboating line !

The Oswego Commercial Times of Saturday says: "The schooner Anawan, Capt. Herring, which was capsized off Pultneyville on Monday night, was towed into our harbour yesterday morning, by the steamer Howard, Capt. Johnson, with the aid of the Brig Champlain. The cook, a lad of this city, by the name of James McGrath, was found drowned in the forecastle. There were altogether, six persons on board the Anawan at the time of the disaster, 5 of the crew, and one passenger. The body of the boy is the only one discovered. The vessel has not yet been pumped out, and it is possible other bodies may be found on board. In the absence of any further information, it is feared that all on board the Anawan have perished."


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Date of Original:
June 30, 1852
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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 30, 1852