The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 5, 1854

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p.2 Lachine Canal - large dredge not being used; new culverts have collapsed. [Montreal Herald]

Items - The steamer John Counter is to be superseded on the route between this city and Cape Vincent by the Star, a small steamer which arrived here on Wednesday from below. The Star will be better adapted to the Canal, and will be more convenient for a ferry until arrangements are made for a station here, and freight cars are recquired to be brought over. (+ ad on same day - Capt. Creighton.)

By a letter from B.S. Corry, Esq., agent of the Ontario Ins. Co. at Wellington, we learn that the peas on board the unfortunate Ardelia were the property of A. McFaul, Esq., and were insured at the agency there. The schooner, we understand, was not insured.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 5, 1854