The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 7, 1878

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p.3 Vessels Laid Up - The following vessels have so far been laid up in the harbour: schooners Singapore, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Canadian, White Oak, Annie Falconer, Florida, Annie M. Foster, A.G. Ryan, B.W. Folger, Arabia, Fanny Campbell, New Dominion, Jessie Macdonald, E.G. Benedict and Agnes. The steamers are the Algerian, Spartan, Corsican, Magnet, and D.C. West. A large number of barges are also laid up here. At Portsmouth the schooners Fabiola and Oliver Mowat have been stripped for winter.

Marine News - The following schooners have gone into winter quarters in Picton harbour: Kate, of Oakville; E. Hall, of Port Darlington; St. Clair, of Picton; J.N. Carter, of Picton; Peerless, of Hamilton; Edith, of Hamilton; Rainbow, of Picton; Belle Case, of Milford. The steamers Picton and Alexandra have gone into winter quarters here. The steamers Hastings, Armenia, Utica, Shannon and City of Belleville, continue to make their regular trips. The schooner Peerless is to be overhauled this winter. Considerable ice was formed in the bay on Wednesday night, but it was not sufficiently strong to impede navigation, although an early close is looked for. [Gazette]

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 7, 1878