Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 23 Nov 1863
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p.2 Fuel Wood For Nothing - why don't poor people break up half-rotten barges lying under Barrack Wall?
p.3 K.C. & M.
-the Queen of the Lakes and Governor towed to Hatter's Bay to lay up; both belong to Capt. Taylor.
-Vessels Passed Through Welland Canal - Nov. 21.
-The Passport - repairs to hull continue.
-Purchase of Steamboats for the States - Prince Albert, Hector, and Mary Grundy purchased. [Montreal Transcript]
-sch. Frank Stewart insured in Canada, lumber being picked up on beach.
-sch. Cornwall had to throw overboard part of deck load of lumber.
-Foundered - sch. Syracuse in 8-10 fathoms of water on Lake Huron about 12 miles east of Cheboygan on 10th of Nov. [Buffalo Com. Adv.]
-Imports - 21,23.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes