The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 23, 1852

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p.2 Died - At Oakville, on Tuesday morning, the 20th instant, Captain Nicholas Boylan.

There are but few of the class of old sailors now left to which Capt. Boylan belonged. He commanded different vessels for 12 years, in the employ of the late Colonel Chisholm; and for the last 10 years his own vessels, the Enterprize, Princess Royal, and Mary Frances. He was among the first who settled in Oakville, and was respected by all for the true characteristics of a sailor, sterling integrity, and benevolence of character.


Arrivals and Imports

July 21st - Str. G. Frederick, Ogdensburgh (cargo list)

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

Schr. Constitution, Oswego, 200 bbls. and 200 bags salt, J. Carruthers.

Str. Ontario, Oswego (cargo list)

July 22nd - Str. Ontario, Ogdensburgh, passengers and baggage.

Brig Sultan, Chicago, 11,981 bus. Indian corn, James Morton.

Brig Halifax, Chatham, 17,000 pipe staves, Calvin & Cook.

Brigt. Beaver, Bear Creek, 120 pcs. oak timber, Calvin & Cook.

Schr. Eclipse, Port Dalhousie, 143 do. do. do.

Schr. Mayflower, Wellington, 2000 bus. malt, 50 bus. corn, James Morton.

Str. Niagara, Oswego (cargo list.)

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 23, 1852