Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 Apr 1862
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p.2 British American Assurance Co., Toronto - Messrs. Anderson & Ford are now agents for shipping business.
-Arrivals and Departures at Port of Toronto - schooners George Laidlaw, Resolute, Ellen Baxter and Royal Albert left for Oswego; schooners Petrel and Amherstburgh arrived from Port Dalhousie; the Morning Star, Echo and Isabella arrived with cordwood.
-From Welland Canal, St. Lawrence, etc. - ice thick in Welland Canal, Burlington Bay and at Clayton. [Detroit Tribune 1st]
-Ice in Lake Huron - still blocked. [Chicago Times 28th]
-Sale of the Schooner Theodore Perry - for $8,750, capacity 15,000 bushels. [Oswego Times]
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes