The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 18, 1861

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p.2 -sailor who was stabbed was bothering squaw and got into fight with an Indian.

It appears that the master of the sch. Ellington of Cleveland has infracted the navigation laws of the Province by engaging his vessel in the coasting trade between Canadian ports on Lake Ontario. The Ellington came into this port yesterday morning, when a customs officer was placed on board, and the schooner seized for violation of the navigation laws. The Ellington is a fine vessel of about 300 tons, and if the seizure be confirmed by the Executive, she will in due course be sold. The share of the proceeds which accrues to the officers engaged in making the seizure will be a handsome premium for their vigilance.

Mr. Morton in Portsmouth - a meeting for Morton, who is trying to get elected to represent County; he mentions his part in building steamers Banshee and Bowmanville, the props Willie Nickle and Inkerman, and sch. Queen of the Lakes.

-a party of wreckers are trying to salvage Jenny Lind from beach where she has been since great blow of last fall. If successful to be converted to a tug boat. [Ogdensburg Journal]

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 18, 1861