The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 16, 1878

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p.3 Marine Notes

J. Swift's - steamers Corinthian from Hamilton; Magnet from Charlotte; Armenia from Picton; props. Lawrence from Ogdensburg; Lake Erie from Montreal; steamer D.C. West from the Rideau Canal.

Cape Vincent is the 7th port in the United States in point of entrance and clearance of vessels. [Despatch]

Mr. Cornelius Daly, of Ogdensburg, was in town today, his business being to register the tug Sarah Daly at the Custom House as a Canadian vessel. Mr. Daly is at present engaged in removing a half-sunken pier in Picton harbour, which has been a source of annoyance to navigators at that place for some time. He has recently been engaged in dredging at Belleville, Trenton and Napanee, and feels almost a Canadian now. He laughs heartily over the Fenian scare which he caused down at Prescott lately, and says he would be only too glad to have a chance to drown or otherwise make away with the villains.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 16, 1878