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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 2 Nov 1866

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p.2 Returned - Heron returned from Niagara, will lay up for winter on Dec. 17th. [Leader]

p.3 The Storm and the Steamers - str. Ontario delayed.

-Laid Up - str. Rochester laid up for season; Messrs. Daintry and Gildersleeve have agreed to end ruinous competition. [Coburg Sun]

-Imports - Nov. 1.

-ads for Grecian, Kingston, St. Helen, Ontario and Bay of Quinte.

Nov. 3, 1866

p.3 Boisterous Gale - Passport, Grecian, Spartan, Ontario and Bay of Quinte all delayed.

-Disasters On Upper Lakes By the Gale - sch. Blue Bell damaged; barque Summer Cloud ashore but got off; str. Orion broke shaft; barque Robert Gaskin of Kingston lost her fore-sail and main stays, being otherwise damaged, now in Chicago repairing; barque Jessie Hoyt dismasted and ashore in Mackinac Straits; sch N.P. Goodall and brigs Banner and Seminole damaged.

- Imports - 2.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 2 Nov 1866