The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 30, 1856

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p.2 Ordnance Lands - Snake Island and Horseshoe Island, Rideau and Ottawa canals, etc., belong to Ordnance; bill introduced into Assembly by Hon. Mr. Morrison, to give them to Province.

p.3 Imports - May 29th - Schooner Leander, Toledo - 10,750 bush corn, Walker & Berry.

Steamer Kingston, Ogdensburgh - 2 bdls iron and 1 cask, E. Chown; 1 bx flowers, A. Grant.

Steamer Ontario, Ogdensburgh - 1 trunk and 1 tool chest, M. Barrows; 1 melodeon, Mrs. Brush; 1 bbl varnish, Allen Turner; 16 boxes glassware, E.W. Palmer.

Scow Rough and Ready, Clayton - 33 cords firewood, John Roderick.

Steamer Trenton, Ogdensburgh - 1 trunk, Mrs. C. Ferns.

Steamer Napier, Cape Vincent - (mixed cargo)

Steamer Northerner, Lewiston - 1 bbl castings, C.W.

Exports - Steamer Cataraqui, Cape Vincent - 36,000 feet sawed lumber.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 30, 1856