The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 28 May 1869

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p.2 The Grecian pierced by huge boulder, might attempt to raise. [Mont. News]

-Marine Notes - str. Francis Smith repaired at Detroit dry-dock.

-Vessels For Kingston - over 40 on way from Chicago and Milwaukee.

-Aground - sch. Gazelle, Capt. Dix, on shoal in front of City Hall.

-Freights - a listing of various charter rates.

p.3 Royal Artillery - movement of troops on Passport and Champion.

May 29, 1869

p.2 Our Marine Note Book - sch. Gazelle on Marine Railway to repair hole.

- prop. Bruno hard aground on St. Clair flats but got off; H.L. Walbridge ashore on North Bass Island, Lake Erie, got off; sch. Josephine Cochrane sprang a leak in canal, sank at Port Colborne.

-Imports - 27,28.

p.3 The Steamer Grecian - seems to be a hopeless case.

-Troops - movement on Kingston and Corinthian.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 28 May 1869