The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 3, 1864

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p.1 Serious Loss of Horses - loss of horses on Merritt - bottom is too flat. [Halifax Journal]

p.2 The Government have resolved, through the representations of our member, Mr. Ross, to build a Light House on Indian Point, at the lower part of the township of Marysburg. Every man who has sailed down the bay during a dark night and attempted to discover the Gap, will appreciate the improvement, and we hope it will be speedily proceeded with. We learn that the specifications are drawn and the contract given out. [Picton North American].

p.3 Imports - 2nd - Str Pierrepont, Cape Vincent - (mixed cargo)

3rd - Str Pierrepont, Cape Vincent - (mixed cargo)

1st - Prop Colonist, Port Dalhousie.

2nd - Barge Montreal, Montreal - 550 bags salt, Anderson & Ford and J. Carruthers & Co.; 8 boxes tin, G. Chown; 54 bdls paper hangings, J. Hendry & Co.

Prop St. Lawrence, Montreal - general cargo.

Str Huron, Montreal - 40 bags salt, 2 cases oil, J. Dunlop; 9 bxs axes, Gibbert & Yarker, and 3 csks h ware, Toronto.

Clearances - 2nd - Barque Cambria, Toronto - 120 cords wood and 230 tons coal.

Schr Phoebe Catherine, Picton - gen cargo.

Schr Eliza Maria, 490 bbls apples, B.B. Beldon.

Special Notice - steamer Empress to make trip to Cobourg and Port Hope on 8th.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 3, 1864