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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 24 Mar 1860

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p.2 Man Drowned - 2 fishermen from Wolfe Island crossing in punt, damaged by ice and 1 drowns.

-Steamboat Arrangements - steamer Maple Leaf on usual route; steamer Peerless to be laid up; steamer Zimmerman running between Toronto, Niagara and Lewiston; also gives table of freight rates. [Toronto Leader]

-Collingwood route has 4 props. to run from Chicago to Milwaukee and Collingwood - the Hunter, Evergreen City, Sun and Kenosha; gives details about freight rates and amount of grain in store. [Globe 21st]

-Messrs. Jacques & Tracy to run Indian, Huron and Colonist between Ogdensburgh, Hamilton and Toronto; about May 1st they will run in connection with Ranger, Whitby and Oshawa - the property of Messrs. Jones, Black & Co.; the Bowmanville is to be added.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 24 Mar 1860