Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 Sep 1864
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p.2 63rd Regiment - left wing passed on str. Kingston for Montreal.
p.3 K.C. & M. - prop. West leaking near wheel during passage down, the pumps had to be kept going all night, hauled on Marine Railway for repairs.
-The tug Young Lion run on a shore near the Ducks on Saturday night, and lost her rudder post and rudder. She had two scows in tow, but managed to get into Bath by means of steering with a rope, without further accident. She will again be hauled up after the West is launched.
-work is started on raising schooner Rapid.
-Steamers and Vessels Ashore - bark J.P. Mack and sch. Starlight ashore at No. 9, above Port Stanley; sch. Davis ashore at what is called No. 26; prop. ashore on Eau Point. [Detroit Advertiser]
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes