The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Apr 1860

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p.2 the prop. Bay State passed through ice on Lake Erie.

-Fast In the Ice - prop. Eclipse near Buffalo. [Sandusky Register 11th]

-To Load For Europe - schooner H.N. Farnham and brig Caroline repaired; one to load with staves for Europe. [Detroit Free Press]

-First Arrival From the Lower Lakes - prop. Ogdensburgh of N.T. Co. arrived from Oswego. [ibid]

-To Be Got Off - Capt. Anderson, Marine Inspector, chartered steamer Arrow to get schooner Fidelity, ashore at Rondeau. [ibid]

-D.B. Sexton put into Torbay. [Cleveland Herald]

-six freight boats will ply between Montreal and Ottawa this season.

-Vessels Clearing from Buffalo - the harbor not open yet so vessels went down Niagara River to Chippewa, through Chippewa River into Welland Canal and out at Port Colborne. [Chicago Press]

-The Side Line American Steamers - mentions Ontario, Bay State, Cataract and Niagara.

-Imports - 17, 18.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Apr 1860