The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 31, 1864

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p.2 New Propeller - The new propeller East, built at Montreal for Messrs. Black & Co., arrived up last night. She is a very neat craft, registered as 347 tons. She leaves for Chicago.

The Steamer Grecian - The arrangement is, that the steamer Grecian will take her place in the line at once, arriving here on her first regular trip on Friday afternoon.

Break In The Beauharnois Canal - Yesterday after the steamer Passport passed through the Long Reach in the Beauharnois Canal, the culvert gave way, causing a delay in the navigation. The steamer Kingston did not arrive up today, she being with other steamers below the break.

Departure of the 47th Regiment - on Passport; rest to follow in Kington or Magnet.

p.3 Imports - 30th - Schr Annexation, Hamilton, 20,000 staves.

Barge Mineral, Bedford Mills, 60,000 ft lumber, 25 cds wood.

Barge Shamrock, Bedford Mills, 109,000 ft lumber.

Barge Thistle, and Miner, Bedford Mills, 110 cords wood.

Schr Bay Queen, Port Dalhousie, 7,541 bush wheat.

Schr Minerva Cook, Toronto, 112 pcs oak timber.

Str St. Helen, Trenton, general cargo.

Str Bay of Quinte, Belleville, 46 bags, 12 bbls, 1 hhd, 1 basket potatoes, 1 panorama, 1 chest, 1 trunk, 2 bxs fish, 3 bxs eggs, 1 brl tobacco, 4 bdls skins, 1 horse, 6 bbls potash.

31st - Schr Adirondac, Chicago, Glassford & Jones, 10,000 bus wheat.

Schr Cuba, Chicago, G Chaffey & Bros, 13,836 bus wheat.

Schr Grey Eagle, Port Ontario, A N Bennett, 1 lt hay.

Str Pierrepont, (mixed cargo)

Sch Sardinia, Hamilton, 43,600 staves.

Sch Christiana, Toronto, 138 pcs timber.

Sch Governor, Port Dalhousie, 11,733 bushels of wheat.

Clearances - 30th - Barge Thrush, Montreal, 19,260 bus wheat.

Barge Robin, do, 19,200 do.

Schr Minerva Cook, Toronto.

Schr Hibernia, Milford.

Str St. Helen, Montreal, general cargo.

Schr Rapid, Severn River.

Barge Dauntless, Montreal, 13,350 bush wheat.

Barge No. 23, do, 947 bbls flour, 475 bbls pork.

Barge Newbern, Montreal, 14,500 bush wheat.

Schr Anna Maria, Oswego, 50,000 ft lumber.

Schr S.H. Lathrop, Chicago.

Schr Flying Cloud, do.

Sloop Grey Hound, Oswego, 39,500 ft lumber.

Barque R. Gaskin, Milwaukee, 55 cds wood.

Propeller Bristol, Chicago.

Schr Perseverance, Cleveland.

Schr Kenosha, Milwaukee.

31st - Brig Christiana, Hamilton.

Schr N.C. Ford, Chatham.

Schr Grand Turk, Oswego.

Barge Lyre, Montreal, 1960 (sic) bush wheat.

Barge No. 20, Montreal, 7000 bush peas, 622 bbls flour, 20 tons sand stone.

Barge Westport, Montreal, 13,000 bushels of wheat.

Barque Arabia, Port Colborne.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 31, 1864