Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Nov 1866
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p.2 Collision In the St. Clair River - Propeller Lac La Belle Sunk by steamer Milwaukee.
-Huron & Ontario Ship Canal Company - idea not dead yet.
-The Close of Navigation - Passport and East laid up at Kingston, also schooners Ellen and China and barque Water Witch.
-Steamer Sale - Osprey sold to Mr. McKay, forwarder of Hamilton - "the staunchest and most powerful boat on Lake Ontario."
-The Hercules - in winter quarters at Point Frederick, housed in by government contractor.
-New Steamer For the Ontario Line - to be constructed at Charlotte by Capt. Throop.
-Imports - 24,26.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes