The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Feb. 3, 1866

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The following is a list of vessels laid up in the different ports of Canada, furnished by the Board of Lake Underwriters:-

Kingston - Steamers Bay of Quinte, Grecian, Watertown, Ranger, Rochester, Gazelle, Kingston, Passport, Pierrepont, Osprey; propellers Brantford, Indian, Ellen Jeffers, North, Avon, St. Lawrence; barks - Arabia, Robert Gaskin, Water Witch, British Lion, Sir E.W. Head; schooners Princess Alexandra, Caroline, Dispatch, Feu Follet, Queen of the Lakes, Red Rover, America, Canada, Jessie Foster, Governor, Ellen, H.S. Jones; barges Advance, England, Frank, Frontenac, Intrepid, Ireland, Star, Swan, Thrush, Robin, Oak, Cruiser, Elk, Falcon, Harvest, Hochelaga, Montreal, Yarrow, Royal Oak, Scotland, Quebec, Oak Leaf.

Garden Island - Steamers America, Chieftain, Traveller, Highlander, Wellington, J.A. Mcdonald, City of Hamilton, Hercules, Gildersleeve, William; barks L.A. Calvin, Mary Jane, London; schooners M.L. Breck, Augusutus Ford, Oriental, Minerva Cook, Marie, Tranchemontagne, one large vessel, brig built.

Long Island - Schooners Antelope, Catherine.

Portsmouth - Schooners Iron Rail, Queen of the Bay; barges Dauntless, No. 18, Onward, Energy, Artillery, Defiance, No. 20, Resolute, Fortitude, Valorous.

Brockville - Propellers Advance, Bristol, Forest, Merritt, Wales; barges Bedford, Burgess, Portland, Pier, Crosby, Elm, Newboro, Tube, Westport.

Trenton - Schooners Catherine, Royal Albert.

Port Hope - Steamer Corinthian, bark Admiral; schooners Acorn, Annexation, Atlantic, J.S. Clark, James Leslie, Mary, Sarah, Sultan, Anna Craig, Defiance, Great Western, Garibaldi, Caroline Marsh, North Star, Trade Wind, John Wesley.

Cobourg - Brig Northumberland, being rebuilt; schooners Advance, Richmond, Prince Alfred, Enterprise.

Belleville - Schooners Alert, Belle, Mary Ann, Hastings, Florence Howard.

Morrisburg - Propeller Swan.

South Bay - Schooners Almina, Almeda, Burlington, Belle Case, Hibernia, Maggie, Mail, Royal Oak, Plough Boy, British Queen, Jessie Brown, Caroline, Phoebe Catherine, Gold Hunter, Industry, Meteor, Ontario.

Gananoque - Tug Ottawa; bark John Breden; barges Champlain, Dixie, Monica, Resolution, Waterloo, Consolation, Powerful, T.C. Lee, River, Stadacona.

Mill Point - Schooners Champion, H.B. Rathbun.

Montreal - Steamers Banshee, Magnet, Huron, Spartan, Champion, Express, Ottawa; propeller East.

Napanee - Schooners Clyde, Wasp, Flying Dutchman.

Whitby - Schooners Geo. Henry, New Castle.

Oakville - Schooners Canadian, Mary Grover, Raleigh, Lilly Coquette, Victoria.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Feb. 3, 1866