The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 16, 1872

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p.2 The Ferry - The ferry steamers are running regularly every day between Wolfe and Garden Islands and Cape Vincent. The ice prevents the steamer from reaching the usual landing at Wolfe Island; the Watertown touches the wharf at Mill Point.

Marine News

The following is a list of the sailing and steam craft laid up at this port.

Garden Island - Schooners Agusta (sic - Augustus ?), Jennie Graham, Agnes Hope, bark London, brig Henry Rooney, bark Sweden, bark Denmark, Oriental, Albatross, Mary O'Gorman.

Portsmouth - Malta, Hercules, Northumberland, Helen, Jessie Scarth, Bessie Barwick, British Lion, and propellers Bruno and Bristol.

In The Harbour And Vicinity - Steamers Spartan, Corsican, Maud and Rochester; tugs S.S. Edsall, H.M. Mixer, Lady Franklin, John Bright, and Tretamore. Vessels - Edward Blake, Persia, Centurion, Louisa, Richardson, D. Freeman, E. Cohen, Robert Gaskin, D. McGinnis, Gibraltar, William Home, Rainbow, Mary Toxter ?, Alpha, Charm, White Oak, Ariadne, Trade Wind, Mary Grover, David Sharpe, J.G. McGrath, Dashing Wave, China, M.L. Breck, D.M. Foster, Ben Folger, Peerless, Clara Youell, Wave Crest, Margaret Drayton, Annie Falconer, James Norris and Pride of America.

There are a number of barges belonging to the different forwarding firms, the names of which it is not necessary to enumerate, as many of them winter here annually.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 16, 1872