Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 26 Nov 1866
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p.2 Resigned - Mr. Slater, Superintendent of Rideau Canal.
p.3 The Close of Navigation - Kingston, Spartan, Champion and Brantford
laid up at Montreal.
-The Vessel Accident - sch. Helen wrecked at Port Hope, repaired on Kingston's marine railway; sch. Iris went to pieces at Port Hope.
-Imports - 24.
-Laying Up - Canadian barques Jessie Barwick, Etowah and Pride of America laying up because they can't get cargoes. [Milwaukee Sentinel]
-All Right - vessel Fleur de Marie ashore near Saugeen, now safe at Southampton.
-The Case of Collision - L. Renaud struck by Salaberry at Coteau Landing.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes