The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 18, 1867

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p.2 Movement of Vessels - The harbor still continues to look more lively every day. The steamer Bay of Quinte left here this morning for Belleville on her first trip, with all her bunting up; the tugs Glide and Wales with union jacks and ensigns flying, left for Hamilton this afternoon to tow down several of Chaffey Brothers' barges which have wintered there; the brig Orkney Lass returned from Toronto with a cargo of 16,064 bushels of peas, and cleared again for Amherstburgh; the Mary Grover and the West Wind, both from Toronto, the former with 20,000 staves, the latter with a cargo of peas, also arrived this afternoon. In addition to these several vessels have passed up and down the channel without touching here, and several similar sailing craft have come and gone.

p.3 ad - Kingston and Cape Vincent Ferry - steamer Watertown, C. Hinckley, Sen'r, master, with schedule.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 18, 1867