The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 26, 1866

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p.2 Imports - 25,26.

-The steamers Bay of Quinte and Watertown are still running their regular trips to Belleville and Cape Vincent.

Steamers Laying Up - The steamers Spartan, Kingston and Champion, have gone down to Montreal to lay up for the winter, the Banshee also intending to lay up there. The Passport is now here, laid up, and the Grecian which came down today will also lay up here. These, with the Magnet which is expected up tomorrow, will be the three boats of the Company's boats which will take up their winter quarters here. The schooner Waterwitch, after having done a good season's work, and the propeller East, have also run in here to lay up for the season; and the propeller City of London leaves here today for Port Stanley, where she will remain, this being her last trip. Other vessels have also proceeded to their winter quarters; a few sailing vessels and propeller, with a steamer or two, being all that remain, making occassional trips as the weather permits.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 26, 1866