Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 11 Aug 1853
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p.2 Etchings by the Way #6 - sub-editor visits Ogdensburgh by steamer Cataract through the Thousand Islands.
-schooner Maid of the Mist, Capt. Bruce, passed through the new cut at Dundas.
-new method of reefing topsails - 5 advantages.
-Coroner's Inquest - on body of woman found at head of Wolfe Island, from Ocean Wave ?; buried at Milton Cemetery.
-The Steamer Mayflower - In spite of the ill-nature of the Rome Sentinel, a most excellent little daily by the bye, the steamer Mayflower has been got off the rock some days, is now on the Marine Railway, and will leave Cape Vincent to-morrow on her regular business.
-Imports - 10; Exports - 10.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes