British Whig (Kingston, ON), 24 Jul 1871
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p.2 The Treaty & Lake Commerce - the Washington Treaty will allow cheap built steamers of Canada and Clyde to compete successfully with American craft. [St. Louis Republican]
-Imports - 22.
p.3 the ferry monopoly to Wolfe Island prevents str. Norfolk from taking party to Island.
-The Marine Railway - tug Ellswood launched after repairs; brig. Lafayette Cook now ready for launching; the new steamer is making quick progress.
-That Shoal Again - sch. Dundee ran on Pt. Frederick shoal, pulled off by tug.
-Mr. Gildersleeve's Boats - Bay of Quinte was hauled out on ways at Portsmouth; the Norseman is back on lake route and Rochester back on Bay.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes