The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 19, 1864

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p.2 Slight Accident - man gets foot caught between tug Echo and Chaffey's wharf.

-The steamer Grecian goes upwards today on her last trip, and returns to lay up here, but nothing can be said as to when the last of the lake and river line will cease running for the season. The steamers of the American line have not yet made any change in their tri-weekly trips.

Imports - 18th - Str Watertown, Cape Vincent - (mixed cargo)

Barge Newboro', Montreal - 17 crates, 1 bbl g ware, Stratton & Co.; 2 prs mill stones, John Chaffey; 56 bxs soap, Wm Martin; 1 bx, J. Birmingham.

Barge Delta, Rideau Canal - 80,000 feet lumber for Cape Vincent.

Barge Loughboro, Rideau Canal - 80,000 ft lumber for Cape Vincent.

Tug Francis, Rideau Canal, with two barges in tow.

19th - Str St. Helen, Montreal - J.C. & Co., 82 hlf chests tea.

Schr Minnie, Milford - general cargo.

Clearances - 18th - Elevator Hope, Belleville.

Tug Forest, with 3 barges and one elevator in tow.

Barges Westport and Newboro, Brockville.

19th - Str St. Helen, Trenton - gen cargo.

Barge Tube, Prescott - 326 bbls pork, 300 bbls flour, 106 bxs soap, 25 bxs candles.

Schr Forest Queen, Toronto - 100 cds wood.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 19, 1864