The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 1, 1864

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p.2 Schooner Wrecked - Word came by telegraph on Friday that the schooner Cataraqui, Captain N.B. Whitby, was sunk off Presque Isle during the gale on Thursday night. The vessel belongs to Kingston, and is insured..

p.3 Arrivals - Oct. 1st - Barge Crosby, 25 bbls Irish porter, 10 hhds sugar, 2 cases prunes, 2 cases saucers, W R McRea & Co.

Str Huron, 25 bbls crushed sugar, 20 bxs clothes pins, W R McRae & Co.

Str Ottawa, Montreal, James Falconer, 13 coils manilla rope; Giberton & Yarker, 16 pcs h ware; W R McRae, 25 bbls sugar; G Robertson & Son, 30 bxs pipes; F Tutton, 52 iron plates.

Str Cataract, Rochester, Clark & Co, 28 crates fruit; B, 27 bbls apples; R E Eilerbeck, 2 crates fruit; W T Lake, 4 horses, 1 buggy.

Str St. Helen, Montreal, J Carruthers & Co, 8 chests 42 hlf chests tea.

Str Ottawa, Montreal, E Berry & Co, 8 chairs, 54 bars iron; Professor Bell, 2 cases.

Str Pierrepont, Cape Vincent, J Cridiford, 1 pkg hair brushes and toys; J Winters, 2 bxs oysters; owners, 3 packages express.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 1, 1864