Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 15 Sep 1865
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p.2 Continuation of the Regatta.
-ad - New Harbor Tug - The Ellen Jeffers, Capt. Jeremiah Clifford; apply at St. Lawrence Wharf.
p.3 Marine Items - arrivals and departures.
-The Lowness of the Water - R.M. steamers using canals both ways in St. Lawrence River.
-Tug Burned - Stackman on Bear Creek, built in 1852, first engaged in fisheries at Thunder Bay.
-Disaster of the Bark L.H. Cotton - hit Colchester Reef, Lake Erie, towed to Cleveland by tug Kate Williams. [Detroit Advertiser]
-Schooner Willard Johnson Sunk - hit Point au Barque reef, Lake Huron; sank in 30' water.
-Imports - 13,14.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes