Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Jul 1862
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p.2 ad for Excursion to River Saguenay on upper cabin steamer Bowmanville, Smythe master, on 26th.
p.3 K.C. & M. - doings at Atlantic Wharf and Anderson & Ford's wharf.
- steam tug Jenny Lind struck rock and sank in Basin at foot of Beauharnois canal.
-Three Drowning Men Rescued - On Sunday evening as the Maple Leaf was on the Canada shore, between Port Hope and Coburg, 3 men were found in the water clinging to the bottom of a capsized boat. They were taken on board of the Maple Leaf and brought to Port Hope. They had been in the water 5 hours, and would have undoubtedly perished but for the timely arrival of the Maple Leaf. [Rochester Democrat]
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes