The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 13, 1858

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p.2 Steamers - St. Lawrence, St. Helen, and Bay of Quinte have arrived at Picton. [Picton Gazette]

The First of the Season - schooners Daniel Slauson and Racine. [Racine Advocate 7th]

Excitement Among the Marines - ownership disputed on sch. Hugh Barclay at Ogdensburgh. [Ogdensburgh Journal 7th]

p.3 Marine News

Lake Freights - mentions prop. Missouri, Portsmouth, sch. Oneida, brig Caroline, brig Seminole, sch. Die Vernon, bark Danube. [Detroit Advertiser]

The schooner Northerner, Capt. Kingston, from Toronto, arrived at this port yesterday, with a full cargo of wheat, the first arrival of the season. This is about twenty days earlier than the first arrival last year. [Ogdensburgh Journal 9th]

From Canada - The schooner Eliza Wilson arrived at Charlotte on Tuesday from Bronte, C.W., with four thousand five hundred bushels of wheat for George J. Whitney. The schooner Bloomer came in yesterday from Whitby with three thousand bushels of wheat belonging to Chester Draper, Esq., who sold the cargo to George S. Riley. The price paid was probably about one dollar and five cents. The Bloomer came to the Upper Landing to discharge. [Rochester Union 8th]

Imports - 10,12.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 13, 1858