Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 8, 1854
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p.2 The Weather - ...On Monday we had a violent gale from the S.S.W. which continued during the whole day and a considerable portion of the succeeding night. We anticipate hearing in a day or two of many disasters on the lakes. Some inconvenience was suffered by vessels in Kingston harbor, but no material damage done...
A Letter From Port Hope - (part)... There has been a large march between the town and the lake, and considerable expense has been incurred in making a safe harbor for the protection of the lake craft in rough weather; but the accommodation has not been sufficient for the increasing wants of the trade; and the Town Council has undertaken to remove the marsh and make a large and safe harbor that will be suitable for the growing wants of the place...
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- Rick Neilson
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