The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 27, 1854


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p.2 Port of Kingston - Imports - 25th - Str. John Counter, Cape Vincent - (gen cargo)

Str. Passport, Cape Vincent - 1 pkg sample rakes, A.J. Smith.

Str. Mayflower, Ogdensburgh - 13 bxs, 10 bales, 1 cask, Browne & Harty; 1 box, Deykes Co.; 7 cases, Cinq Mars, Brothers; 1 machine, 6 boxes, T. McKay; 1 bale canvass, Bryce & Co.; 2 horses, 2 machines, G. Taylor; 1 box, J. Hamilton; 1 bdl books, R.R. Rowan.

Schr. Nekick, Cape Vincent - 2017 bushels Oats, J.M. Dunlop.

Str. Bay State, Oswego - 18 bdls trees, J. Law; 1 box fruit, 1 box candy, J. McEroy; 9 brls apples, J. Hilliard.

Exports - 22nd - Str. New York, Oswego - 1 horse, 1 waggon.

Schr. H. Blood, do. - 126,596 feet lumber, bdls laths.

Str. John Counter, Cape Vincent - 32 head cattle, 5 fanning mills.

Schr. Pomona, Ogdensburgh - 3747 bbls & 68 hf bbls flour.

25th - Str. Bay Quinte (sic), Detroit - 1189 bars R.R. iron.

Items - Another effort is to be made for the raising of the money in the steamer Atlantic, sunk in Lake Erie.

1854 Holcomb & Henderson's 1854

THROUGH LINE

Between Montreal, Toronto and Hamilton

The following well-known and efficient Steamers will run as above -

Steamer Huron (new) Capt. D. Wells

" George Moffatt " Twitchell

" Reindeer " McGrath

" Scotland " Patterson

FOR LAKE ERIE

Steamer Western Miller Capt. Sughrue

FOR RIVER ST. LAWRENCE

Steamer Porcupine Capt. Cowley

With six First-class Barges of 200 tons each, the following Schooners running in connection on the Lakes: -

Governor, Capt. Taylor

California, " Goodearle

Premier, " Fitzgibbon

The Subscribers, with the above efficient stock at command, are prepared to forward Produce and all Goods entrusted to their care, with accuracy and despatch, embracing all points between Quebec and head of Lake Erie. Property consigned to them at Kingston, for shipment to Montreal or Quebec, will be insured, unless written orders are given to the contrary.

For further particulars, apply to Henderson & Holcomb, Montreal and Quebec; Holcomb & Henderson, Kingston, Toronto and Port Stanley.

Holcomb & Henderson, successors to McPherson & Crane

James Street wharf, Hamilton, April 25th, 1854.


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Date of Original:
April 27, 1854
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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 27, 1854