The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 10, 1864

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p.2 The schooner Gem, which lately went ashore at "The Ducks," has been towed over to the Marine Railway. The extent of the damage done to her will be ascertained today.

p.3 Imports - 8th - Str Pierrepont - (mixed cargo)

9th - Str Banshee, Hamilton, gen. cargo.

Str Huron, Montreal, 3 coils rope.

Str West, Montreal, general cargo.

Str Champion, do, do.

Str Ranger, Montreal, 20 doz brooms, 12 boxes c-pins, 25 bxs soap, 2 bxs tobacco.

Schr Perseverance, Morrisburg, 10 tons hay.

Sloop Clyde, Wallaceburg, 130 pcs oak timber.

Brig Liverpool, Hamilton, 189 pcs do.

Barque London, Wallaceburg, 158 pcs do.

Schr Lafayette Cook, Wallaceburg, 137 pcs oak timber.

Schr St. Andrew, do 177 pcs do.

Schr Free Trader, Picton, 1200 bush peas, 500 do oats.

Scow Clipper, Pinicon Lake, 28 cords wood.

Clearances - 9th - B.F. Davy, Chicago.

Str West, Milwaukee.

Str Champion, Hamilton, genl cargo.

Str Ranger, Hamilton.

Str Banshee, Montreal, genl cargo.

Str Huron, Toronto.

Brig Liverpool, Hamilton.

Schr Admiral, Toronto, 80 cords wood.

Schr Lafayette Cook, Port Stanley.

Barque London, Wallaceburg.

Schr Mary Patterson, Wellington.

Schr St. Andrew, Wallaceburg.

Schr Marco Polo, Hamilton.

Kingston and Wolfe Island Ferry - steamers Pierrepont and Gazelle, with schedule. May 10th

Kingston and Cape Vincent Ferry - steamer Pierrepont, C. Hinckley, master. May 9th

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 10, 1864