Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 13, 1867
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p.2 American Steam Yacht - A small American steam yacht, intended for the use of the water police of New York, and named the Metropolitan, anchored off the harbor for a short time yesterday on her way to her destination. The Metropolitan was built at Buffalo, and is intended to be a very fast runner; her speed is said to be between twenty and twenty-five miles an hour. During the vessel's stay she attracted a good deal of attention.
Toronto, May 13th - The gunboat Prince Alfred is laid up at Goderich; her crew are to be sent back to the Aurora at Quebec.
The schooner Queen of the Lakes, beached a few days ago at Oakville, has been got off, cargo saved.
Arrivals - 11-13.
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- May 13, 1867
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- Rick Neilson
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