The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 8, 1854


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p.2 Port of Kingston - Imports - 5th - Str. Boston, Ogdensburgh - (gen. cargo)

Str. Cataract, Oswego - (gen. cargo)

Str. Ontario, Ogdensburgh - pass. and baggage.

Schr. Wave, Oswego - 249 brls plaster, J. Carruthers.

Schr. Christiana, Picton - 1859 bush rye and barley, J. Morton; 98 bags oats, S.A. Irons.

Schr. Lilly, River Thames - 16,000 pipe staves, Calvin & Cook.

Str. John Counter, Cape Vincent - (gen. cargo)

May 6th - Schr. Leander, Port Hope, 10,491 bush wheat, R. Wallace.

Schr. W. Black, Sydenham - 16,000 staves, Calvin & Cook.

Schr. Arabia, Mersey - 29,650 staves, Calvin & Cook.

Schr. Flying Cloud, Chatham - 12,000 staves, Calvin & Cook.

Schr. Sweet Home, Chatham - 12,000 staves, Calvin & Cook.

Str. New York, Oswego - (gen. cargo)

Exports - 6th - Schr. Wave, Oswego - 27,000 feet lumber, 200 bdls laths.

Honor To Whom Honor is Due - We find we erred yesterday in giving all the credit of the mercantile adventure of the Arabia to Mr. George Wright. It appears that Mesrs. Lamb, Playfair & Co. of Glasgow, by their friends here, Messrs. Bryce, McMurrich & Co., were the parties who chartered the Arabia and now load her for the Scottish market. The wheat was purchased by Messrs. L.Pl & Co., from Mr. Wright, and the only risk he has in the venture is in the 500 barrels flour. [Toronto Globe]


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Date of Original:
May 8, 1854
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KN.19688
Language of Item:
English
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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 8, 1854