The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 28, 1864

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p.2 The schooner Alma, owned by John Stevenson, Esq., of this town, which left here on Friday last with a load of lumber, bound for Oswego, sprung a leak, when about ten miles from that port, and the sailors were obliged to abandon her. She was subsequently taken into Oswego by a tug sent out for that purpose, but about 10,000 feet of lumber had been lost overboard. [Napanee Standard]

p.3 Imports - 27th - Str Pierrepont, Cape Vincent - (mixed cargo)

Str Cataract, Ogdensburgh - J.W. Church, 1 bbl eggs.

28th - Str Ontario, Lewiston - owner, 1 horse, 1 waggon, 1 lot h goods; W. Hubbs, 1 bbl flour; J. Lafish, 2 bbls onions; W. Hyde, 3 bbls apples.

Barge Consolation, Montreal - Fraser & George, 4 casks h ware; 5 bbls oakum, 2 bbls boiled oil, 10 bbls lard, 2 csks salsoda, J.M. Millar; 4 kgs nails, 1 bx saws, 2 cases slates, 108 bbls iron, 25 bxs glass, 20 plough beams, and 50 cast plates, Fraser & George.

Str Ottawa, Montreal - 5 barges in tow.

Schr Welland, Port Dalhousie - 9,653 bus wheat, G. Chaffey & Bros.

Schr J. Rumball, Goderich - 6,058 bus wheat, J.H. Henderson & Co.

Sch J.G. Beard, Port Dalhousie - Chaffey & Bros, 9,800 bush corn.

Sch Australia, Port Dalhousie - Chaffey & Bro., 7,029 bus corn.

Str Champion, Hamilton.

Clearances - 28th - Str Passport, Hamilton - gen cargo.

29th (sic) - Str Champion, Montreal - pass and baggage.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 28, 1864