Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 28 Nov 1864
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p.2 The Lake Erie Raiders.
-A Military Dispute - over a little wooden building put up inside the R.R. track and in front of the Market Battery to contain 4 fishing skiffs.
-Accident at Portsmouth - a hand in Berry's shipyard struck by a steamed plank which pulled loose from its position on one of the new ships.
p.3 K.C. & M.
-The Gem - returned in leaky condition.
-Laid Up - prop. North and schs. Canada and America.
-The Sunken Cribs - to be removed to 12 foot depth.
-Imports - 26.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes