The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 23, 1856

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p.2 Imports - 21st - Steamer Napier, Cape Vincent - (mixed cargo)

Schooner Water Witch, Chicago - 13,500 bushels corn, Walker & Berry; 15 bbls whisy, W.O. Henderson; 1 cask lead pipe, 5 bxs sheet lead, Samuel Muckleston; 3 bbls lead pigs, George ?.

22nd - Steamer Bowmanville, Montreal - 17 cases nails, 1 cask shot, Fraser & George.

Schooner Buckingham, Toledo - 13,000 bush corn, Walker & Berry.

Steamer Ontario, Lewiston - (mixed cargo)

Steamer Napier, Cape Vincent - (mixed cargo)

Exports - 21st - Steamer Napier, Cape Vincent - 19 cows, 4 bags peas, 1 bbl ale.

Propeller Hope and Barges - 308,673 feet sawed lumber.

Schooner Governor, Chicago - 145,000 feet sawed lumber.

Schooner J.C. Riggs, Chicago - 100,000 feet sawed lumber.

Assizes - Campbell vs The Commercial Bank - involving schr. John Heeseman (sic - Hiseman ?); Campbell was captain; vessel placed in hands of Commercial Bank by bill of sale given by A.H. Meyers; John Counter also involved.

May 24, 1856

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 23, 1856