The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 27, 1860

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p.2 Things at Charlotte - sch. Ajax arrived from Newcastle with wheat; The steamer Maple Leaf arrived rather late Saturday night. She brought a fair number of passengers and a lot of freight, among which were a quantity of peas for Porter Taylor, and about 600 barrels of flour from Newcastle. The latter is going to New York or Boston.

Considerable Canadian flour seems to be taking this route for the East, just at present, and the Maple Leaf is doing a good business in all respects, considering the earliness of the season. [Rochester Democrat, 24th]

-sch. Thurston stuck in ice at Port Colborne; owned by Messrs. Norris & Neelon; has horses for timber trade.

p.3 Imports - 25,26.

ad - no credit to be given for steamers Passport, Kingston, Champion, Banshee, New Era and Jenny Lind unless with a signed note from John Hamilton.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 27, 1860