Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 17 May 1862
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p.3 C. & M. - Berry's New Elevator Wharf - Capt. Gaskin's bark British Lion arrived in port this morning, and discharged 13,500 bushels of grain this afternoon at the above wharf...
-Through Trade With the West - mentions steamer Brantford.
-sch. Ontonagan ashore at Alex. Bay, towed by prop. to Ogdensburgh.
[Ogdensburgh Journal 12th]
-The wire-rigged bark British Lion, Capt. Gaskin with a cargo of grain from Goderich, for Kingston, passed down last evening. She had her full suit of colors streaming to the breeze, and with her otherwise neat rig made a fine appearance. [Detroit Tribune]
-lake freights are advancing.
-Imports - 15,16.
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- 17 May 1862
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes