The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 17, 1866

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p.2 Imports - 16,17.

Steamer Watertown -The steamer Watertown will leave only once a day in future for Cape Vincent - at three in the afternoon.

The Steamers - The steamer Passport left for Toronto this morning at four, and the Kingston for the same place at half-past two this afternoon. The propeller Brantford also left this afternoon. The American steamer Ontario came in at four this morning, and expects to leave about eleven tonight. The present intention is that she shall make another trip before laying up for the season. Nearly all the sailing craft which remained in the harbor from stress of weather yesterday, have sailed. The propeller St. Lawrence was at Oswego this morning, and could not leave for the gale; and the propeller East, reported to have gone downward, left St. Catherines this morning for this place. The gale has entirely subsided here.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 17, 1866