Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 1 May 1860
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p.2 The New Cape Steamboat - G.T. Ferry-Boat No. 1, of largest size the St. Lawrence Canal locks will permit, draws 6 feet, to connect Kingston and Cape Vincent. (G.T. and Rome & Cape Vincent Railway)
-locks at lower Brewer's Mills are repaired, canal ready for navigation.
-The Scugog - Ogemah and Woodman running, Fly to be launched after repairs.
-Collingwood Route - First Arrival - Evergreen City arrived at Collingwood; schooner Petrel ashore a few miles from Long Point lighthouse; the Orkney Lass to load peas for Liverpool at Port Stanley.
p.3 Imports - 28,30.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes