Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Aug 1853
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p.2 small steamer running to Toronto Island fined for running on Sunday. [Montreal True Witness, Toronto Leader]
-Capt. Gaskin returns from Liverpool.
-We learn that the steamer Mayflower, of the Toronto and Cape Vincent line, ran aground on Friday morning, in a dense fog, on an Island west of Kingston. The passengers were got off without difficulty. We do not learn the extent of the injury to the boat or whether she has yet been got off. [Rome Sentinel]
*Friend Sentinel, the May Flower will be off again and on her route ere your paragraph is distributed.
-Imports - 5,6,8; Exports - 6,8.
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- Rick Neilson
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