Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 1 Sep 1864
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p.3 K.C. & M. - bark Arabia loaded with 60 cords of wood to serve as ballast leaves for Chicago.
-The Barque Etowah - left for Cleveland, towed to 9 Mile Point by steam tug Echo.
-Barque Wirralite - arrived from Wellington Mines, bound for Liverpool.
-Another Seagoing Vessel - barque Huron bound for Boston and Liverpool; to be sold in Liverpool, cost $45,000 in Am. currency.
-Port Stanley Marine News - on 27th the steamer Magnet took the prop. Racine in tow for Buffalo, only boiler and part of engine may be of value; on 28th str. J.W. Verner steamed off to Buffalo with prop. Mayflower in tow; many other departures and arrivals mentioned.
-Imports - Sept. 1.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes