Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 1, 1865
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p.2 Row At Portsmouth - Shortly before one o'clock today a Frenchman is said to have struck an Englishman at Portsmouth in the shipyard there; and this afterwards led to such a general row between the French Canadians and the English-speaking portions of the hands employed in the yards, that a messenger was despatched to the city, soliciting the assistance of the police. The fight was still going on a couple of hours afterwards, but the result has not transpired. Up to this time, however, nothing but fair fighting had taken place, the fists of the combatants only being used.
Imports - 30.1; Exports - 30,1.
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- July 1, 1865
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- Rick Neilson
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- Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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