The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 25, 1856

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p.2 Important To Mariners - dangerous spot near Cleveland.

June 28th - The tug propeller Dorr, built for the Chicago Insurance Companies, while on her way from Detroit to Chicago, came in contact with the British Propeller Oliver Cromwell on Saginaw Bay, and was so injured as to sink in thirty minutes. The crew were all saved and brought to Detroit by the Cromwell. She was a new tug and had been out but a short time. She had eight steam pumps on board.

Burlington Beach Lighthouse Burned -

Survey of Ottawa and Huron Canal - [Ottawa Citizen 19th]

p.3 From Chicago To Liverpool - Dean Richmond clears for Liverpool.

-barque Malta goes from Chicago to Collingwood in 50 hours.

-sale of yacht Jessie.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 25, 1856