The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 19, 1865

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p.2 The steamer Grecian went up the lake last night between eight and nine o'clock, with a part of the government stores waiting to be sent westward. There will be another cargo of these for her to take up on her return.

Launch Postponed - The launch of Mr. Berry's new vessel at Portsmouth has been postponed until tomorrow afternoon at four o'clock.

-The schooner Sea Gull will be altered and repaired forthwith, and will then be brought here and take on a cargo of assorted lumber, sawn for the purpose, and is chartered, if her insurance can be satisfactorily arranged, for Port Natal, in the Cape of Good Hope colony, on the eastern shore of South Africa, some six hundred miles up from the Cape. She brings back a cargo of sugar. This is a branch of enterprize we are glad to see inaugurated, and we hope it may be both successful and remunerative. [Globe]

p.3 Imports - 18.

For Toronto and Hamilton - Royal Mail Through Line - steamer Grecian, Capt. C. Hamilton.

Boat For Sale - A carvel built boat, well adapted for a fishing or pleasure boat. Length, 17 feet; depth, 23 inches; beam 4 feet 8 inches. Apply to M. O'Gorman, Boat Builder, Simcoe Street.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 19, 1865