The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 27, 1863

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p.2 Arrivals on Saturday - The following vessels came into port on Saturday:- Marco Polo, Toronto, grain to John Carruthers & Co.; schooners Baltimore from Toronto, and Two Brothers, from Oswego, to Glassford Jones & Co.; Brig Peerless, Toronto, grain to E. Berry & Co.; schooner Mary Grover, Toronto, grain to Holcomb & Cowan; schooner Cataraqui, Hamilton, staves to the same; barque Gem, Hamilton, staves to J. Doyle. The steamer Ottawa came in from Gananoque with wood, and will leave today for Toronto. A number of schooners from different ports arrived during the day at Garden Island.

-The steamer Boston left on Saturday morning for Gananoque to take in wood. She will return today on her way to Toronto.

p.3 Port of Kingston - Arrivals Reported at Custom House - 25.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 27, 1863