The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 24, 1864


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p.2 Wood For Toronto - Large quantities of wood are being shipped at this port, per sailing craft, for Toronto. Mr. Campbell, an extensive wood dealer, has already sent off nine schooners, averaging eighty cords of wood each, for that port, and intends to keep up the trade during the summer; and Mr. Jordan and others have also sent several vessel loads to the same destination.

p.3 Imports - 20th - Barque Southampton, Bay City, Calvin & Breck, 15,600 ft oak.

Barge Dauntless, Montreal.

Barge Valorous, do.

Barge Harvest, do.

21st - Schr S.D. Woodruff, Chatham, 215 pcs oak timber.

Str Magnet, Montreal, 15 bbls sugar, 1 bbl h ware, 6 chests tea, 2 bxs tobacco, 1 bbl syrup, 2 rolls leather, 12 kegs nails.

Str Whitby, Montreal.

Str Champion, do, gen cargo.

Schr Teresa, Saugeen, 14,048 bush wheat.

Schr Ontario, Penetanguishene, 11,839 bush wheat.

Prop Empress, Ottawa, barge M.H. Huse in tow.

Barge M.H. Huse, Ottawa, 52,000 ft lumber.

Scow Mary Helen, Picton, 125 bush potatoes.

Schr Richmond, Toronto, 5,325 bush wheat.

Str Avon, Hamilton, 5 cook stoves.

Str Kingston, Ottawa, general cargo.

Schr Princess Alexandra, Southampton, 14,283 bush wheat.

Str Colonist, Montreal, 120 bolts, 168 bars iron, 1 hhd sugar, 5 cases glass, 10 bbls and 25 hf bbls whisky.

Str Gazelle, Gananoque, pass and baggage.

Barge Rose, Bedford Mills, 73,910 feet of lumber.

Barge Thistle, Rideau Canal, 55 cords wood.

Barge Shamrock, Rideau Canal, 55 cords wood.

Scow Miner, Rideau Canal, 100 tons iron ore.

Scow Mineral, Bedford Mills, 91,054 feet lumber.

Tug Mink, Rideau Canal.

Barque A. Steven, Windsor, 168 pcs of oak timber.

Barque J.S. Austin, Port Dover, 12,000 feet oak timber.

Str Colonist, Montreal, W R McRae & Co, 35 bbls whisky.

23rd - Brig Liverpool, Hamilton, 222 pieces of oak timber.

Schr Laura E. Calvin, Windsor, 115 pieces oak timber.

Schr Iris, Hamilton, 14,000 staves.

Schr Bay Queen, Port Dover, 26,000 staves.

Schr J.C. Wheeler, Port Dover, 10,000 feet oak timber.

Schr D. McInnis, Owen Sound, 12,205 bush wheat.

Str Ottawa, Montreal, with four barges in tow.

Barge Frontenac, Montreal, 50 kegs paint, 40 bxs coffee, 4 casks mustard, 5 barrels saltpeter, 100 bxs soap, 5 barrels oil, 2 hds oil, 1 chain.

Scow Highland Clipper, Pittsburgh, 30 toise stone.

Scow Sarah Jane, Brockville, 28,520 ft pine lumber.

Str Ottawa, Montreal, 5 bars metal, 1 cask mdze.

Barge Reciprocity, Montreal, 5,800 hop poles, 10,000 ft lumber.

Str Indian, Montreal, 5 bags potatoes.

Scow Mary Ann, Brewers Mills, 58,514 ft sawed lumber.

Scow Prince of Wales, Sucker Brook, 22 cds wood.

Schr Governor, Tyrconnell, 21,641 staves, headings, 50 pcs oak timber.

Prop Brantford, Port Dalhousie, 4 coils rope, 1 bbl flour.

Schr Arctic, Brock Creek, 15,000 staves.

Scow Hemlock, Rideau Canal, 60 cords wood.

Str Pierrepont, (mixed cargo)

Clearances - 21st - Barge Swan, Montreal, 20,000 bush wheat.

Steam tug Mink, Brockville.

Barge Rose, Brockville, 73,910 ft timber.

Str Bay of Quinte, Belleville, 67 pkgs mdze.

Schr Ontario, Whitby.

Barge Consolation, Montreal, 11,495 bush wheat, 3,500 staves.

Barge F.C. Lee, Montreal, 12,734 bush wheat.

Barge Mary, Montreal, 7,515 bush wheat, 11,000 staves.

Barque A. Steven, Windsor.

Schr Carrier Dove, Toronto.

Sailboat Emerald, Milford, 1 bag dried apples, 2 bbls flour, 1 box soap, 1 box shoes, 1 pkge cotton, 1 pkge tobacco.

Str Colonist, Hamilton.

Str Champion, Hamilton, general cargo.

Str Avon, Montreal, general cargo.

Prop Brantford, Montreal, general cargo.

Str Ottawa, Hamilton.

Sloop Greyhound, Napanee.

Str Gazelle, Gananoque, cargo, pass and baggage.

Str Indian, Hamilton.

Schr Granada, Oswego.

Schr Queen of the Lakes, Milwaukie, 40 cds wood.

Schr Elk, Cleveland.

Schr Hannah, Chicago.

Sloop Ringleader, Cape Vincent, 3 toise stone.

Str Pierrepont, (mixed cargo)

22nd - Brig Northumberland, Toronto.

Str Whitby, Chicago, 3 cows, 1 bull.

Schr Maskinonge, Chicago.

Str Pierrepont, (mixed cargo)

23rd - Schr Queen of the Lakes, Oswego, 52,000 ft pine lumber.

Schr Monteagle, Bay City, 8 toise stone.

Schr D. McInnis, Cleveland.

Barge Reciprocity, Cape Vincent, 5,800 hop poles.

Scow Mary Helen, Picton.

Schr J.C. Wheeler, Port Dover.

Schr Bay Queen, do.

Schr Laura E. Calvin, Chatham.

Barque S.D. Woodruff, do.

Brig Liverpool, Port Dalhousie.

Brig Arctic, Bear Creek.

Barge Harvest, Montreal, 5,002 shoulders, 11,529 hams, 500 bbls pork, 8,978 bus wht.

Barge Defiance, Montreal, 14,085 bush wht.


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Date of Original:
May 24, 1864
Local identifier:
KN.24334
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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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), May 24, 1864