Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 Oct 1870
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p.2 Quick Trip - sch. J.G. McGrath from Welland Canal to Kingston in 19 hours.
-Tit for Tat - the American gov't couldn't send soldiers through the Welland Canal, then they couldn't be taken from Charlotte to Sacketts Harbor because only Canadian boats are running on Lake Ontario and they are forbidden from calling at 2 American ports in succession. [Intelligencer] + additional comment.
-Imports - 12,13.
p.3 A Gale - many vessels had to put back to Kingston.
-Barge Lyre - damaged cargo sold; she is sunk at Beauharnois canal; Mr. Davidson of Montreal is attempting to raise her.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes