The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 30, 1872

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Port Colborne, Nov. 29th - Down - Schr. Reed Case, Buffalo, Port Colborne, to winter; Trenton, do., do.; Trenton, through lock to winter; Westside, do., do.; G. A. Tinny, do., do.; J. Webber, do., do.; Ayr, do., do.; New Dominion of Port Rowan, do., do.; E.A. Dunham, Onward, Queen of the Lakes, barque St. Lawrence, schrs. M.L. Collins, Wm. Lewis, Detroit, Ogdensburg, lumber; barque Republic, Chicago, Oswego, corn; Mary Jane, Toledo, Kingston, corn; barque Arabia.

Ran In Today - Schrs. Mary, E.H. Rutherford, Granada, Stafford, T. Parsons, Sweepstakes, barque Cambria, Campbell, schr. Olive Branch, Onward, T. Simns, G.C. Finney, West Side, John Webber, Reedcase, G.D. Norris.

The frost last night made the ice four inches thick. Ten canal vessels are unable to get through it today, most of them laying up.

Vessels arriving today report the barque Burnside dragged her anchor and gone ashore 20 miles above Grand River.

The schr. Melrose is at anchor off Port Dover with fore sail gone, and the Amoskeag at Long Point with jibboom gone.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 30, 1872