Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 15 Jun 1867
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p.2 Marine Items - business almost at a standstill; inwards, outwards.
-The steamer Bruce still runs between Kingston, Clayton and Gananoque. Her enterprising owner sees a prospect of making it pay, and will continue the Bruce on the route, on which at first it was thought a mere folly to attempt an opposition. It is said that a Company desires to buy her to run between Clayton and the Cape.
-tug Glide broke her machinery, towed in by Gazelle.
-sloop Monitor seized by customs agents for non-reporting.
-Imports - 14.
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- 15 Jun 1867
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes