Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 23 May 1870
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p.2 Chancery Sitting - Brokenshire vs. Gustin - to restrain defendant from infringing on plaintiff's patent for manufacture of a double-acting pump.
-A New Yacht - first-class yacht John Power launched at Shipyard, built by Wm. Power the lessee of shipyard, who won 3 1st prizes for ship models at Paris Exhibition; yacht is 28 x 12, centreboard, owned by Samuel Frazer.
-ad for str. Watertown with new schedule.
-Imports - 20,21.
-Sunk - steam barge Kitty Friel on Rideau Canal.
-Regatta - to be held on Queen's Birthday.
p.3 The Gunboats - Prince Alfred left Port Colborne for Collingwood; Rescue left Goderich for Sault.
-The Sault - str. Waubuno arrives; Chicora and Frances Smith at Collingwood to carry troops to Fort William.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes