Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 8 Nov 1870
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p.2 Fall Assizes - Muir vs Couper - Muir wanted damages for detention of his barque Acorn in port of Kingston.
-Marine Record - sch. H.B. Rathbun lost part of deck-load; sch. Carrington ashore on Hat Island, Green Bay; sch. Northumberland has chartered to go to Newfoundland and West Indies; sch. Eli Bates ashore at Windmill Pt.; sch. Carron ? ashore at Presque Isle; the tug Leviathan pulled off sch. Lucy J. Bronson at Hammond Bay, Lake Huron; it had stranded last November and there was nothing left but hull.
-Steamers Late - The R.M. steamer Kingston did not arrive from Toronto till 6 p.m. on Sunday - 4 hours late. She had an immense load, the largest ever she carried. The Corsican did not arrive up till 11 p.m.
-Imports - 7.
p.3 Wrecking - Hercules and City of Hamilton succeeded in taking off the barge John Marks.
-Ashore - brig. Sir Charles Napier on north side of East Sister Island, Lake Erie.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes