The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), March 30, 1858

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p.2 The Navigation - open on Georgian Bay; Lake Michigan also clear.

Assizes - Macpherson vs Cameron - plaintiff owned sch. British Queen, and had been promised cargoes for the year, John Mitchell was captain in 1855, William Faulkner acted as agent for Macpherson & Crane in 1855; claiming for loss of business.

- Greenwood vs Farrell - had been co-partners in schooner business; Farrell was master of the schooner Josephine and at one time owned her; Greenwood got her from James O'Reilly for 150 pounds; James O'Reilly bought her at Sheriff's sale for Mr. Farrell.

- Donoghue vs Hendry et al - defendant was original owner of steamboat Napanee and was to sell her to stockholders but it never went through.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), March 30, 1858