Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Oct 1861
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p.2 Messrs. Holcomb & Cowan have just received from Montreal the new steam pump they expected. It is owned by Theodore Hart, Esq., Insurance Agent in that city, and will be taken up to Hatter's Bay some time this week for the purpose of pumping the water out of the George Moffat.
-bark Southampton, Capt. Booth, the property of Calvin & Breck, just arrived from Chicago, freight charges were $4100.
-Quick Passage - sch. Forest from Cleveland in 61 hours. [Oswego Times]
p.3 old steamer City of Toronto sunk at Port Stanley. [St. Catherines Journal]
-On the Breakwater - sch. Sasco grounds coming into harbor. [Buff. Com. Ad.]
-Imports - 18,19.
-Canadian propeller Nicolette started to leak after loading with wheat. [Detroit Tribune]
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes