Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 17, 1866
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p.2 Accident To the Captain of the Merritt - A despatch from Father Point, Wednesday May 16th, says: - "Weather very dirty; strong N.E. wind, with snow, very thick. Steamer Merritt anchored off this point; the captain broke his leg this morning." The commander of the Merritt is Captain Robert Smith of this city.
Barge Got Off - Holcomb & Henderson's barge Yarrow, laden with grain and flour for Montreal, which got on to Fraser's shoal, near Matilda, a day or two since, was towed off this morning, all right, by the steamer Pierrepont.
Imports - 16,17; Exports - 15,16.
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- May 17, 1866
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes