The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 27, 1852

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Arrivals and Imports

July 25th - Str. Cataract, Ogdensburgh.

Str. G. Frederick, do.

Schr. Queen of the West, do., in ballast.

Schr. Elizabeth, Clear Creek, 10,000 staves, Calvin & Cook.

Str. Ontario, Oswego (cargo list)

Str. Ottawa, Montreal (cargo list)

Str. Mayflower, Montreal (cargo list)

Schr. J. Black, Chatham, 25,000 staves, Calvin & Cook.

Schr. Ontario, Chatham, 25,600 staves, Calvin & Cook; 2,000 feet lumber, 9 bbls. ashes, W. Bowen.

Schr. Royalist, Cleveland, 6,852 bus. corn, McPherson & Crane; 18 grindstones, J. Morton.

Schr. Globe, Oswego, 38 stoves, 9 pcs. ware, 2 bdls., E. Chown; 10 tons coal, 10 bbls. lime, 200 bbls. & 800 bags salt., J. Carruthers.

Challenge To the World - The Cutter Yacht Prima Donna, of 12 tons, is open to sail for from £25 to £100 with any sailing craft, taking or giving tonnage time at the rate of 1/2 minute a ton for every ten miles out and in. For particulars apply at this Office.

Police Court - Thomas Walford complained that Capt. Abbey, of the Schooner Ontario from Quebec, assaulted him. Case to be heard today.

July 28, 1852


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Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 27, 1852