Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 19, 1858
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p.2 "The bark E.S. Adams has been loaded at Amherstburg, C.W., with walnut timber for London direct. This is the first Canadian vessel that has sailed from an upper lake port for England."
The above we find in the N.Y. Albion summary, and quote it for the purpose of correction. The Canadian bark Reindeer and schooner Indian Queen, from what we call the Upper Lakes, have preceded the E.S. Adams, while from Lake Ontario have gone the brig Lilla, barks Cherokee, Arabia and Cataraqui, ships Eliza Mary and City of Toronto.
p.3 Imports -17,18; Exports - 18.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes