Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 17, 1867
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p.1 Opening of the Welland Canal - John Brown's dredges clearing out Deep Cut. [St. Catherines Constitutional]
p.2 Marine - The schooner Fulton came today from Ogdensburgh, and left again for Toledo with 25 toise of stone; a new schooner the Mount Blanc arrived from Clayton last evening, and sailed again today for Detroit with 10 toise stone; the tug Joe Mack from Ogdensburgh today left again for that place with a raft of 5,000 feet of oak timber.
-The steamer Bay of Quinte is advertised to make her first trip to Belleville tomorrow morning at eleven o'clock, under the command of Captain Carter.
p.3 ad - Steamer Bay of Quinte, Capt. Carter, for Belleville.
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- April 17, 1867
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes