The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 13 Apr 1858

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p.2 First Arrivals This Season - Montreal April 9 - vessels have left Chicago for Montreal.

-steamer Bowmanville left Toronto with cargo for Ogdensburg; steamer Boston is also heading for Ogdensburg.

-the screw steamer Ontonagan is down from Chicago and Milwaukee for Ogdensburg and Montreal, leaves Kingston this evening on up trip; the schooner Son and Heir, aground at mouth of Bay, was pulled off by Bowmanville, Capt . Perry.

-Direct Trade Between Chicago and Liverpool - 6 vessels to sail.

[Chicago Journal April 5]

-Malicious Burning of a Steamer - prop. Forest City burned after 2nd attempt at Port Stanley. [London Prototype]

-Imports - April 5-8; Exports - 6-9.

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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 13 Apr 1858