The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Jan 1862


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p.2 The Lake Marine & Shipbuilding - there are 67 side-wheel steamers, 219 props, 108 tugs, 94 barks, 75 brigs, 892 schooners, for a total of 1445; 50 vessels were built the past season; there were a total of 275 disasters with 107 lives lost. [Detroit Free Press]

-Lake Ontario Steamboat Company - all boats are lying at Charlotte; will probably run a daily line under the superintendency of Capt. Throop.

p.3 For Sale at Auction - barque Stork capacity 15,000 bush. Grain

" Nonsuch " 11,000 Cubic ft. timber

Sch. Alma " 9,400 Bush. Grain

" Zepherine " 7,300 Bush. Grain

" Jenny Lind " 7,500 Bush. Grain

Barge Experiment " 11,500 " "

" Montreal Packet " 11,500 " "

" Eliza Jane " 10,800 " "

Barge Sophia Capacity 10,000 Bushels Grain

" Louise " 9,800 " "

" Margaret " 9,500 " "

" Georgiana " 9,000 " "

" Rook " 8,100 " "

" Weston " 6,300 " "

" Jet " 6,300 " "

" Western Miller " 15,000 " "

or 200.000 feet lumber.

by Holcomb, Cowan & Co.

Kingston, Jan. 21st, 1862


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Date of Publication:
21 Jan 1862
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KN.9164
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Jan 1862