The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 31, 1867

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p.2 More Excursionists - on steamer Watertown from Cape Vincent.

Steamer Osprey - The propeller Brantford is relieving the steamer Osprey of a large cargo of sugar at this port and taking it to Hamilton. The latter vessel has just returned from a voyage to Halifax, and it has become necessary for her to lie over here for repairs. The salt water has not agreed with her boilers, and she had some difficulty in working her way up to Cornwall, whence she was conveyed to this city by tug.

Passenger Travel - The Lake and River Steamboat Navigation Company's boats carry down daily a good many passengers for the lower St. Lawrence, to the watering places chiefly. A full complement of passengers passed down by this morning's boat.

Arrivals - 30,31; Departures - 30,31.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 31, 1867