The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 26 Oct 1860

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p.2 Rough on the Lake - vessels taking refuge. [Rochester Union]

-schooner Lookout made round-trip Buffalo to Milwaukee in 12 days.

-sch. Geo. D. Dousman arrived in Milwaukee with cargo of salt from Liverpool - 1st direct shipment.

-Capt. Talbot of the steamer St. Lawrence, as also the second mate, Pilot, 1st and 2nd Engineers, wheelsman, Steward, 1st and 2nd cooks, 3 firemen, and one deck hand of the same vessel, came up on a warrant for threats, having previously given bail for their appearance, and were discharged at the request of the private prosecutor, Mr. Meagher. It appeared that the vessel was seized by the crew to satisfy their wages. The owner gave sufficient security to the bailiff who made the seizure, and then requested the crew to leave the vessel. They refused to, and uttering threats against the owner he took out the warrant under which the prisoners appeared before the Court. [Mont. Gaz.23d]

-Imports - 23-25.

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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 26 Oct 1860