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

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p.2 Yesterday (Monday) morning a new vessel named the Spartan, intended to form one of the Inland Steam Navigation Company's line, was successfully launched from Mr. Cantin's yard, Montreal, in the presence of the President and directors of the Company, and a large concourse of spectators. The new vessel is of similar dimensions and build to her predecessor the Grecian, and will be commanded by Captain Howard.

-the steamer Grecian took down 40 horses to Montreal, which the str. Merritt will take to Havana.

p.3 Imports - 31st - Schr Marco Polo, Hamilton, 6,600 staves and 75,000 ft oak timber, Calvin & Breck.

Tug Frances, Bedford Mills, with four barges in tow.

Barges Delta, Loughborough, Miner, and Mineral, with 191 cords wood, Grier & Co, and 88,000 ft lumber for Cape Vincent.

Str St. Helen, Trenton, gen cargo.

Nov. 1st - Str Grecian, Hamilton, gen cargo.

Schr James Coleman, Toronto.

Clearances - 31st - Str St. Helen, Montreal, gen cargo.

Nov. 1st - Schr James Coleman, Toronto, 150 cords wood.

Str Grecian, Montreal, gen cargo.

Str Ontario, Ogdensburgh, W G Hinds, 10 bbls potatoes; Paul Bigsie, 3 bxs h h goods, 1 table; C Lafleur, 1 lot h h goods.

Str Watertown, Cape Vincent, (mixed cargo)

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 1, 1864