Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 May 1861
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p.2 Burning of the Steamer Saguenay - burnt to water's edge at Lachine Canal.
The Capsized Vessel - is likely the sch. Ketchum of Cleveland. [Detroit Advertiser]
The Bemis - schooners Andover and Africa in tow of steamer Ottawa to make another attempt to rescue her. [Detroit Tribune]
Large Fleet - prop. Mayflower reports 100 sail vessels between Thunder Bay and St. Clair River. [Detroit Tribune]
Advance of Tolls on the Welland Canal - rates on flour and grain for American ports to be raised 25%.
Imports - 11,13.
p.3 ad for steamer Comet, Capt. Paterson, for Toronto and Hamilton.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes