The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 5, 1864

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p.2 Imports - 3rd - Str Bay of Quinte, Belleville - 15 doz brooms, M. Wilkinson.

Str Brockville, Montreal.

Str Champion, do. - 6 bales and 10 cases, McNee & Waddell.

Str Merritt, Port Dalhousie - 15,355 bushels of wheat, Glassford & Jones.

Str Kingston, Montreal - general cargo.

Str Colonist, Montreal.

Str Banshee, Toronto - general cargo.

4th - Schr Farmer, Sodus - E. Proseus, 461 bbls apples, 2 bbls onions, 30 bxs peaches; D. McNutt, 5 casks cider.

Barque British Lion, Toledo - R. Gaskin, 7 bbls flour; Glassford & Jones, 13,000 bus wheat.

Str Champion, Montreal - McNee & Waddell, 5 bales, 10 cases British goods.

Str Ontario, Lewiston - G.B., 5 crates fruit, T. Thornton, 1 piano forte; L. Bishop, 7 crates fruit; W.T.T., 10 crates fruit; Mrs. Warren, 1 leather bag; A. Lindsley, 1 bbl plums; Mostyn & Spence, 4 bbls onions.

Str Pierrepont, Cape Vincent - G. Spangenburg, 1 box clocks.

Clearances - 2nd - Str Bay of Quinte, Belleville - gen cargo.

3rd - Str Champion, Hamilton - gen cargo.

Barge M.H. Hughes, Ottawa - 1,900 bus wheat, E. Berry & Co.

Tug str. Express, Ottawa - 600 bus wheat

Prop Georgian, Port Dalhousie.

4th - Str Kingston, Hamilton - gen cargo.

Str Banshee, Montreal - do.

Str Osprey, do. - do.

Str City of Ottawa, Ottawa - gen cargo.

Str Bytown, Ottawa - do.

Drowned - hand off barge belonging to Chaffey and Brothers, at Cornwall.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 5, 1864