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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Oct 1860

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p.2 Lake Superior Trade - 9 steamers engaged but not enough; props Wabush Valley and Montgomery to be sent. [Detroit Advertiser]

-American steamers on Lake Superior are busy, should establish a Canadian steamer; the Gov't has given mails to a steamer which the owners dare not run on that lake -politics involved. [Globe]

-schooner Freeman on Point au Pelee. [Buffalo Express]

-schooner W.A. Adair run ashore near Dunkirk. [ibid]

-Wheat From Milwaukee to Europe Direct - on bark T.F. Park. [Milwaukee Sentinel]

-scow Nebraska damaged mainsail by fire. [ibid]

-schooner Minnesota split foresail. [ibid]

-30 sail vessels at mouth of river waiting to be towed up. [ibid]

-Disaster - sch. Curlew damaged. [Det. Tribune 22nd]

-prop. Comet lost part of mast on Lake Erie. [ibid]

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Oct 1860