The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 8, 1862

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p.2 Skiff Race - A race for slip-keel skiffs will take place in the harbor on Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that about twelve or fourteen skiffs will join in the race, so that we shall have a regatta on a small scale on the day mentioned.

-floating elevator built and owned in Oswego to go to New York via St. Lawrence. [Oswego Commercial Times]

Ogdensburgh, Sept. 5th - The despatch from St. Catherines, stating that the propeller Vermont, of the Northern Transportation Company had probably foundered, is totally false. The Vermont arrived here on the 2nd instant all right.

Imports - 6.

p.3 ad - Regatta For Sailboats - of 20 feet keel and under, on 10th; list of stewards. -James Friel, Acting Secretary.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 8, 1862