The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 2, 1866

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p.2 The Mail Line Steamboats Detained By The Military Authorities - because of danger of Fenian attack.

Steamboat Precautions - The Captains of American steamers have come to the conclusion not to land their vessels at the larger United States ports, unless a blue light is thrown up as a signal that all is right, and that no Fenians are on hand to take possession of the steamers for purposes of invasion.

The American Steamers - The Captain of the steamer of the American Line which arrived here this morning, not knowing how high the state of feeling ran in this locality consequent on the Fenian invasion, took the precaution to send a small boat ashore before he would venture to land. The vessel lay-to some time, pending an assuring reply from the messenger.

Imports - 1,2.

p.3 ad - For Sale - the schooner B.F. Davy, capacity 20,000 bushels. Apply to Campbell & Mowat, Solicitors, or to Davy and Peterson, Bath.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 2, 1866