The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 11, 1870

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p.2 Struck By A Storm - The Canadian schooner Anna Mulrey (sic - Mulvey ?), was struck by lightning during the storm on Monday night, and her captain, a boy and the mate injured - the two former dangerously. The vessel's mainmast was badly shattered.

-A barge is reported sunk down the St. Lawrence, with 10,000 bush wheat, cargo ex bark British Lion, from Milwaukee, transhipped in Kingston.

The Bay of Quinte - The report which was in circulation here today that the boiler of the Bay of Quinte had blown up near Picton, is simply incorrect. The steamer did not leave her dock at Belleville yesterday for Kingston, consequent upon some repairs being done to her machinery.

Windsor, Oct. 10th - The gunboat Prince Alfred arrived here at noon today with Hon. Mr. Langevin on board. They came through the new canal constructed by the American Government on the St. Clair Flats, and took possession of it for the Dominion Government, hoisting the British ensign.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 11, 1870