Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 28 May 1860
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p.2 Quickest Trip on Record - barque Gem from Oswego to Cleveland in 44 hours, owned by Jos. Doyle of Kingston.
-New Schooner - built by Mr. M. Simpson of Newcastle for Mr. J. Robinson; the Pioneer, 115 tons, to run to Gulf this summer to fish. [Toronto Leader]
-schooner Sylph damaged at Malden. [Cleveland Leader]
-Schooner Lathrop Safe - taken off beach near Forty Mile Point, Lake Huron, by Capt. Fortier. [Detroit Advertiser, May 19]
-10-12 steamers laid up because of slow trade.
-Pride of Canada left St. Catherines for England.
-Canal Tolls - all paid from 19th on to be refunded.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes