The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Sep 1865

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p.3 The Cape Route - str. Rochester is reported to be going on Kingston- Cape Vincent route.

-Marine Items - arrivals and departures; harbor is busy.

-The R.M. Line - dangers of running iron steamers through rapids; the Passport goes only as far as Prescott, where she meets the Banshee which returns to Montreal.

-The Watertown - hull to be reused; machinery and boilers were damaged by heat.

-The Provincial Canals - low water is causing steamers to lighten cargo to get through canals; props. Colonist and East both struck slightly.

-Accident To Steamer Whitby - hit a bar, damaged screw and rudder.

-Schooner Ashore - sch. Lochiel foundered 15 miles N.E. of Genesee lighthouse. [Hamilton Times 18th]

-Another Schooner Ashore - Homeward Bound ashore 1 mile east of Ontario. [ibid]

-Vessels Ashore on Burlington Beach - schs. Maggie and Iris blown ashore during gale. [Spectator]

-Vessels Passed Through Welland Canal - Sept. 19.

-Imports - 19,20.

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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
Rick Neilson
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Sep 1865