The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 5, 1865

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p.2 The Steamers - The steamer Bay of Quinte towed over to the Navy Yard this morning the steamers Kingston and Grecian, where they are to be laid up for the winter. The Passport will have her winter quarters where she now lies at the St. Lawrence Wharf.

Navigation of the Lakes - abstracts from different treaties; about international law as pertaining to free trade of the lakes; effects of termination of reciprocity on owners of vessels. [Montreal Gazette]

Dunnville, Dec. 4th - The barque Marsh, which went ashore last Thursday, seven miles from Port Maitland, is abandoned. The vessel and cargo are a total loss.

-The barque British Lion came into port today from Cleveland with a cargo of stone for Prescott. The stone is intended for the government buildings at Ottawa. If the Lion is able to return to this port, it is the intention of Capt. Gaskin, her owner, to place her on the railway to lengthen her in the bows, so as to give an additional carrying capacity of 3,000 to 4,000 bushels.

Police Court - two sailors belonging to prop. Merritt fined two dollars for being drunk.

Smuggling on the Lake border - [Cleveland Herald]

p.3 Imports - 4,5; Exports - 4.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 5, 1865