The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 7, 1868

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p.3 Port of Kingston - Sept. 7th - Arrivals - Tug Francis, Rideau Canal, 4 barges in tow.

Barge Loboro', do., 80 cords wood.

Barge Delta, do., do.

Barge Quebec, do., do.

Barge Ontario, do., 2,752 railway ties.

Prop Colonist, Montreal, no cargo.

Brig Sir C. Napier, Bayfield, 268 pcs elm timber.

Str. Huron, Montreal, gen cargo.

Str. Corinthian, Montreal, pass and freight.

Str. Kingston, Hamilton, do.

Barque Cambria, Port Rowan, 247 pcs elm timber.

Str. Champion, Montreal, pass and freight.

Barque Plymouth, Wallaceburg, 180 pieces sqr. timber.

Departures - Str. Huron, Hamilton, gen cargo.

Str. Champion, Hamilton, pass and freight.

Str. Rochester, Belleville, do.

Schr. A. Stevens, Windsor, no cargo.

Barge Dauntless, Montreal, 12,000 bush corn.

Barge Bedford, Ottawa, cargo coal.

Prop Colonist, Toronto, gen cargo.

Str. Corinthian, Hamilton, pass and freight.

Str. Kingston, Montreal, do.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 7, 1868