Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 13 Apr 1871
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p.2 Marine Accident - A Tug Capsized - 6 Lives Lost - tug S.R. Watson was towing sch. Summer from river at Chicago.
-Narrow Escape of Two Steamers - the Canadian Express steamers Athenian and Abyssinian tied up at mouth of Genessee River near marsh when it was set on fire. [Oswego Advertiser]
p.3 Garden Island - a list of arrivals and departures.
-On the Lakes For Kingston - a list of vessels and cargoes.
-The Steamers - Passport to be the first passenger str. for Toronto and Hamilton, followed by Kingston.
-Marine - arrivals; the prop. St. Lawrence was launched from the shipyard at Portsmouth after extensive repairs.
-Cape Vincent - a big business in shipping ore up the lake.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes