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


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p.2 Port of Kingston - Imports -1st - Str. New York, Ogdensburgh - 1 box, A. Chown.

Str. Ottawa, Montreal - 32 boxes candles, 36 brls, 1 bag ginger, J. Carruthers.

Str. St. Lawrence, Montreal - 18 pack, J. Carruthers.

Schooner Sarah Bond, Oswego - 1 millow wagon, W. Duncan.

Schooner Isabella, Oswego - 200 brls, 400 bags salt, 400 brls plaster, T. Hendry; 1000 brls sacks salt, J. Carruthers; 1 brl oil, G. Miller; 40 iron weights, Walker & Berry.

Str. Bay State, Oswego - 30 bxs starch, J. Carruthers; 6 brls oil, J. Fraser; 5 bdls hose, A.A. Campbell; 1 bdl moulding, J. Gilvey.

Schr. I. Irwin, Cleveland - 9,763 bush corn, C. Hales.

Str. Boston, Ogdensburg - (gen. cargo)

Schr. J.B. Collins, Oswego - 200 brls, 1000 bags salt, Browne & Harty; 60 brls plaster, G.M. Kinghorn.

2nd - Str. Ontario, Ogdensburg - 2 bxs scales, L.K. Holbrook; 1 cse hardware, C. & B.; 8 dishes, Mrs. Wilton.

Str. Star, Cape Vincent - (gen. cargo)

Schr. H. Blood, Oswego - 27 bdls, 1 case iron pipe, gas company; 1 csk lead pipe, W.W. Co.; 8 cses matches, T. Hendry; 3 cses matches, H. Fraser.

Str. Star, Cape Vincent - (gen. cargo)

Schr. Peoria, Toledo - 10,502 bush corn, Walker & Berry; 5 brls highwines, W. Wells.

Str. Huron, Montreal - 79 boxes tin and copper plates, S. Morley; 1 case goods, J.D. Bryce & Co.


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Date of Original:
June 5, 1854
Local identifier:
KN.19706
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 5, 1854