The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Apr 1860

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p.2 Lachine Canal to open soon.

-Navigation on the Upper Ottawa - Capt. T.A. Cuming overhauled boats; the Emerald is to be first; Messrs. McDonald & Co. to run steamer Allan and barges between Montreal and Ottawa.

-Lake Vessels in the Atlantic - Pamelia Flood and barque Magenta built at Green Bay, schooner Grand Turk built at Detroit, schooner Sarah Hibbert, built at Cleveland, schooner Typhoon, built in Ohio port, schooner Messenger and barque Fontanelli will all likely go to Europe this summer. [Detroit Advertiser]

-Capt. D.B. Pierce, of Cleveland, has contract on Baltic Sea. [ibid]

-schooner G.D. Dousman, D.C. Pierce, Vanguard mentioned in Liverpool paper. [Cleveland Herald]

-Imports - 19,20.

p.3 Lighthouse Supplies - tenders called for needed supplies.

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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Apr 1860