The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 25, 1864


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p.2 Launch at Oakville - Yesterday afternoon at three o'clock, a fine new schooner belonging to Messrs. Jackman and Murray, of this city, was launched at Oakville. The launch passed off very successfully, the vessel sliding safely off her ways, without the slightest accident occurring. She was christened by the name of Seagull by Miss Zelia Murray, of Oakville. She was built by Mr. John Simpson, ranks in class A-1 with a star, and is of 350 tons burden. Dimensions are:- Her length of keel 110 feet; over all 115 feet; width of beam 26 feet; depth of hold 10 feet. The sails and rigging were manufactured by Mr. Adams, of this city, and are of a very superior character. As soon as she is finished it is intended to run her between the lake ports and Halifax, Nova Scotia. [Globe] (The rigging of this new schooner is of the light and strong description of wire rigging, introduced in this quarter by Captain Gaskin. The Seagull's rigging was put up in Kingston, and forwarded to Toronto.)

p.3 Imports - 23nd - Str Pierrepont, Cape Vincent - (mixed cargo)

22nd - Schr Two Brothers, Hamilton - 78,000 pipe staves.

Schr Mohawk, Hamilton - 27,500 pipe staves.

Scow Monitor - 31 cords wood.

Str Bay of Quinte, Belleville - (mixed cargo)

Sloop Lily, Marysburg - 38 bush potatoes, 24 doz eggs, 16 lbs butter.

Brig Arctic, Hamilton - 38,000 pipe staves.

Schr Antelope, Hamilton - 46,000 pipe staves.

Scow Monitor, Pittsburgh - 21 cords wood.

Brig Baltimore, Toronto - 9,453 bush Spring wheat, 100 bbls flour.

Schr Garibaldi, Toronto - 14,000 pipe staves.

Clearances - 21st - Str Bay of Quinte, Belleville.

22nd - Barge Pier, Shannonville.

Barge Oak, do.

Barge Tube, do.

Steam Tug Advance, do.

Barge Helen, do.

Schr Rosamond, Toronto.

Schr J.S. Clarke, Port Dalhousie - 64 pkgs merchandize.

Sloop Lily, Marysburg.

Brig Hercules, Hamilton.

23th - Schr Harriet Annie, Brockville.

Schr Antelope, Wallaceburg.

Schr Jenny Lind, Toronto - 80 cords firewood.

Schr Jessie Brown, Milford - 1 case dry goods, 1 lot groceries, 1 lot hardware, 1 bx lamps, 1 bx medicines, 1 bdl gilling thread, 4 bbls pork, 24 bbls flour, 1 bdl paper hangings, 1 case boots and shoes.

Schr Caroline Marsh, Port Hope.

Schr Orkney Lass, Milwaukie - 35 cords wood.

Schr Rapid, Milwaukie.

Schr Greyhound, Oswego - 1,500 hop poles.


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Newspaper
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Date of Original:
April 25, 1864
Local identifier:
KN.24313
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 25, 1864