Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 2 Apr 1864
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p.3 The Ice - open water within 300 yards of wharves; the Mail and Express boats sailed from Island to city without interruption from ice; Pierrepont, on other side of island, will come over on Monday or Tuesday to commence regular trips.
-Capt. Milloy's New Boat - built by Shickaluna of St. Catherine's; has Zimmerman's engine with new boilers.
-on Georgian Bay, the upper cabin double engine steamer Algoma is to run from Collingwood to Soo and Fort William, formerly the Racine; steamer Clifton to run from Owen Sound to Collingwood; new propeller Georgian built this winter at Severn, to run from Chicago to Collingwood.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes