The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 7, 1864

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p.2 A high wind pevailed yesterday from the south west, producing a heavy sea in the harbour. Two wood scows laden with wood were swamped and their cargoes washed away.

p.3 Imports - 6th - Str Ottawa, Toronto - McGilvray, 15 bxs candles; J.C. & Co., 50 bxs tobacco; Chown & McKelvey, 2 stoves.

Sch Governor, Port Dalhousie - Chaffey & Bros, 11,962 bus wheat.

Sch J.S. Clark, Port Dalhousie - Chaffey & Bros, 10,000 bus wheat.

Barge Experiment, Montreal - J.H. Henderson & Co., 185 tons iron ore.

Barge Defiance, Montreal.

Barge T.C. Lee, do.

Barge Argo, do.

Barge Arno, do.

Sch Elizabeth.

Sch Meteor, Toronto - Glassford, Jones & Co., 4,180 bus wheat.

Sch Consuelo, Montreal.

Prop Brantford, Hamilton.

Str Pierrepont, Cape Vincent - (mixed cargo)

Clearances - 6th - Schr Carrier Dove, Toronto, W. Jordan, 70 cords wood.

Schr Governor, Chatham.

Str. St. Helen, Montreal.

Schr Caledonia, Toronto - J. Green, 80 cds wood.

Barque Aylestone, Montreal - 4,725 bus wheat, E. Berry & Co.

June 7th - Str Magnet, Montreal.

Barge T.C. Lee, Montreal, 13,000 bus wheat, Glassford, Jones & Co.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 7, 1864