The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 9, 1864

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p.3 Imports - 8th - Str (sic) Amity, Chatham - 25,000 staves.

Str Passport, Montreal - General cargo.

9th - Barge Sophia, Montreal - 80 tons coal.

Barge Ireland, Montreal - 572 tons coal.

Str. Ottawa, Montreal.

Barge Powerful, Montreal - Hugh Fraser, 10 bags rice, 10 kegs soda, 9 bales, 10 bxs candles.

Barque Valletta, Kingsville - 13,000 ft timber.

Schr Flying Dutchman, Napanee - 1,550 bus peas.

Schr Two Brothers, Port Dalhousie - 8,000 bus wheat.

Str Champion, Hamilton - General cargo.

Str Ontario, Ogdensburg - E. Jones, 24 bxs cheese; S. Allen, 2 bxs cabs.

Barge Powerful, Montreal - Fraser & George, 1,195 bars iron.

Str Champion, Hamilton - G.M. Wilkinson, 5 bxs glass.

Str Osprey, Montreal - S. Muckleston, 1 bale 2 casks h ware.

Schr Gold Hunter, Chicago - Glassford & Jones, 12,737 bush wheat.

Sloop Challenge, Oswego - J. Carruthers, 250 bbls, 250 sacks Salt; J. Davis, 14 bbls apples.

Str Pierreport, Cape Vincent - (mixed cargo)

Clearances - 8th - Str Passport, Hamilton.

Barge Valorous, Montreal - 20,524 bus wheat.

Schr Welland, Port Dalhousie.

9th - Schr Mayflower, Toronto - 20 toise stone.

Schr Almeida, Milford.

Barge America, Montreal - 13,121 bus wheat, 85 bbls flour.

Barge Arno, Montreal - 7,900 bus wheat, 125 bbls flour.

Str. Ottawa, Montreal.

Brig Valetta, Kingsville.

Str Osprey, Toronto - General cargo.

Str Champion, Montreal - General cargo.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 9, 1864