The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 Apr 1865

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p.3 Imports - 7;8.

Marine - The Harbor - winds still delay departures.

-Arrived From Brockville - barge schooners England and Scotland and str. Wales.

-The Bay of Quinte Route - Watertown reports no ice in Bay.

-The First Arrival - sch. China from Port Dalhousie. [Spectator]

-Preparing For A Move - str. Clifton to start for Owen Sound; Saranac and Thermutis fitting out to leave for Bruce Mines. [Detroit Free Press]

-On The River - schrs. John Thurston, J.O. Moss and Reindeer, prop. Belle, and strs. Forester and Huron mentioned. [Detroit Free Press]

-Navigation - str. H.P. Redner started trips between Belleville and Prince Edward.

-The Ice In The Lake - will delay opening of navigation. [Buffalo Courier]

-Ice In The Straits - ice is thick. [Detroit Free Press]

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 Apr 1865