The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 20, 1864

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p.2 The steamer Osprey, of Henderson & Co's line, left for Toronto and intermediate ports last evening, the second steamer this spring for the lake ports.

Sale Of Damaged Wheat - The wheat damaged by the injury to the schooner Caroline Marsh, in all 946 bushels, was sold at auction yesterday, in bulk, at 25 cents per bushel.

p.3 Imports -19th - Str Pierrepont, Cape Vincent - (mixed cargo)

Str Osprey, Gananoque.

Brig Christina, Hamilton - 172 pieces square timber.

Prop George Moffatt, Gananoque.

Clearances - 19th - Schr City of Toronto - 160 cords wood.

Schr Canadian, Toronto - 60 cords firewood.

Schr Lily, Toronto - 80 cords firewood.

Str Osprey, Gananoque.

Schr Iris, Hamilton.

Brig Christiana, Hamilton.

Schr Canada, Toronto.

Schr Forest Queen, Hamilton.

Str George Moffatt, Port Stanley.

Barque Gem, Hamilton.

Schr Feu Follett, Toronto - 77 1/2 cords wood.

Schr West Wind, Hamilton.

Str Osprey, Toronto.

Schr William Doran, Pultneyville - 75 bushels peas, 2 barrels dried apples.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 20, 1864