The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 28, 1867

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p.2 Launch at Mill Point - A schooner was launched yesterday at Mill Point, on the Bay of Quinte, intended for the grain trade, and of a capacity of 17,000 bushels. The owners are Messrs. Phippen, Graham and Thompson, the builder Mr. John Tait. The launch was a very successful one, and the vessel was named the Union Jack of Belleville. A good many passengers came down to the launch by the steamer Bay of Quinte. The Union Jack is 26 feet beam; length over all 126 feet; and depth of hold 12 feet.

Steamer Grecian - Telegrams received by the Honorable John Hamilton state that the steamer Grecian has been successfully raised from her precarious position. She was got into the Canal this morning, and will be at once put in the dry dock, where her repairs will be proceeded with with all possible despatch.

Arrivals - 27,28; Departures - 27,28.

p.3 ad - For Monteal - Royal Mail Through Line - str. Kingston, Capt. A. Dunlop.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 28, 1867