Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Oct 1864
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p.2 City Council - Communication - harbor master wants cribs of old railway wharf to be removed, they are only 9' below water and the prop. America grounded there.
p.3 K.C. & M.
-The Wavertree - left in tow of gov't steamer America for Montreal; is part of same line as Etowah and Thermutis.
-Large Trade - many vessels carrying r.r. iron for west.
-The Watertown - makes first trip, goes to Napanee for load of cattle for Cape Vincent.
-Laid Up - str. Cataract to lay up at Charlotte.
-The Lost Schooner - now floating about the lake, having been abandoned about 5 miles out by the William.
-A Nuisance - the sunken cribs at Railway Wharf must have at least a dozen vessels' anchors and chains caught in them.
-Imports - 17, 18.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes