The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 29, 1871

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p.2 Shipping News - At Gurney & Glidden's wharf the steam barge Waterlily and barges, with cedar shingle bolts and railway ties, arrived from the Rideau, and departed for Cape Vincent this morning. The steam-barge Kitty Friel and barge, with railway ties and fence posts, arrived from the Rideau this morning, and departed for Cape Vincent. The Kitty Friel towed to Kingston a barge laden with leached ashes for the United States. This is the eighth barge with that description of freight from that locality during the present season. The schr. Dutchman is loading laths for Oswego, and will leave this evening. The schooner Markwell and sloop Greyhound are loading cedar shingles for Oswego, and will leave this evening.

At Swift's wharf the Passport, Dromedary and Picton passed up, and the propeller Indian down yesterday. The Kingston and Abyssinian passed down today, and the St. Helen up.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 29, 1871