The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 19, 1861

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p.2 The str. Northerner is to be fitted up for a descent of the St. Lawrence immediately. A gang of men are now engaged in putting in her shaft. The work of altering her furnaces for burning coal will be done at Ogdensburg. It is expected about a month will be necessary to put her in complete order.

Shipments Of Lumber Direct for England - We learn from Messrs. Farmer, De Blaquiere & Deeds, a timber and lumber firm from Quebec, C.E., are shipping a considerable quantity of clear lumber from the Atwater Mill in this city, direct for England. The schooners Northumberland and Preble have already started off with cargoes. One of these vessels, not being considered safe to cross the Atlantic, her cargo will be transferred to another vessel in the St. Lawrence River. [Saginaw Enterprise]

Meagher vs Aetna Insurance Co. - action on policy of str. Boston, which ran on shoal in St. Lawrence and was abandoned. Insurance company succeeded in getting her off and tendered her to plaintiff, who refused to receive her. Policy was against total loss only.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 19, 1861