Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 1, 1853
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p.2 Canadian Trade With Oswego - Of 44 schooners which entered the port of Oswego on the 29th August, we note that not less than 32 were from Canada.
Raft Lost - The Oswego Journal of Monday says:- A raft of 3000 pine sawlogs, in tow of the Canadian steamer City of Toronto, from Belleville bound to this port, broke loose in a squall on Friday evening, when within ten or fifteen miles of Oswego. The steamer came in without the logs, which the heavy seas of Saturday must have scattered in the Lake. The raft, we understand, belonged to D.D. Bogart, Esq.
Sept. 2, 1853
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- Rick Neilson
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