Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 5 Sep 1865
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p.2 Alleged Robbery - a sailor, arrived from Oswego on vessel, found drunk in streets, alleged that he was robbed of $200.
p.3 Marine Items - The R.M. steamer Kingston, due on Sunday afternoon, arrived up yesterday, having been detained 24 hours by fog.
-Schooner Aground - brig Fleur de Marie ashore in a fog 2 1/2 miles east of Long Point.
-Collision - while at anchor in Detroit River, bark S.D. Woodruff was struck by a tow; sch. Wings of the Wind also damaged.
-Vessels Passed Through Welland Canal - Sept. 2.
-Imports - 4.
-Navigation & Forwarding Changes on the Upper Ottawa - new railroad has caused loss of income for Dickinson's Canal Line and Union Forwarding Co.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes