Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 1 Nov 1862
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p.3 K.C. & M. - The steamer Champion, owing to an injury received upon the lake, is hauled up at the Marine Railway for repairs.
-Tug Rescue - now owned by Messrs. Cook & Co. of Prescott; was working on Lake Superior; now getting 2 new boilers at Ontario Foundry; will be used for hauling rafts.
-Imports - 31.
-First Vessel From Hamilton to Australia Direct - brig Union.
-On The Way Again - sch. S.A. Douglas being towed by tug Leviathan. [Det. Advert.]
-Ashore - bark Constitution west of Conneaut. [Buff. Com. Ad.]
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes