Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 7, 1862
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p.2 Marine News - The schooners Pioneer and John Wesley arrived here this morning from Canada, the former from Whitby with wheat for Ames & Sloan, and the latter from Port Hope with lumber for Smith & Post. These are the first arrivals of the season. [Oswego Times]
The brig Pilgrim, Capt. Burns, took her clearance today for Chicago, being the first vessel cleared for Lake Michigan since the opening of navigation. [Oswego Times]
The light house at Fort Niagara has been relighted and navigation has commenced between Youngstown and Toronto. The schooner Beaver left Youngstown on the 27th ult., with a freight of wool.
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- April 7, 1862
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- Rick Neilson
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