Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 May 1859
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p.2 high water levels - buildings at pier at Charlotte are submerged.
-schooner A. Bradley got off in Straits of Mackinaw, sch. Fulton will be got off, brig Manchester ashore 45 miles below Cleveland, 2 men lost; the N.W. Insurance Co's wrecking tug Page tows in Canadian schooner S. Buttles.
-Ashore - schooner Bristol, Toronto to Oswego with load of lumber, is on shore opposite Somerset. [Lockport Journal]
-Imports - 2,3.
-ad for steamer Prince Albert on Rideau Canal.
p.3 ad for new line of American Steam Boats - The Ontario Steamboat Co. has purchased steamers from the American Steamboat Co., will now run on Lake and River St. Lawrence.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes