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Pride of Canada (Bark), 16 May 1860

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According to the St. Catharines Journal, the PRIDE OF CANADA is to leave Mr.
Shickluna's dock for Liverpool to-day. Her load is as follows; - 77 pieces of oak timber, 6,989 cubic feet; 22 pieces of pine timber, 3,946 cubic feet; 116 pieces of walnut, 8,418 feet b m; 4,074 feet b m pine deals; 9,900 pieces of West India staves; and a quantity of hickory, the measurement of which we could not obtain. The PRIDE is 400 tons burthen, and measures 148 feet over all; 26 feet 2 inches beam; and 11 feet 2 inches depth of hold. She is commanded by Captain Wales, an old and well tried salt-water cruiser, who has frequently and successfully crossed the ocean.
      Toronto Globe
      Wednesday, May 16, 1860

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Pride of Canada (Bark), 16 May 1860