British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Sep 1871
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p.2 The Tide Out - the Rideau Canal water level is low and City of Ottawa has been taken off route; the Wolfe Island Canal is so low that the str. Watertown has difficulty getting through; barge D is aground at entrance to Lachine Canal.
-The Rideau Canal - an American railroad man is visiting Ottawa to encourage shipments of lumber by Rideau route for U.S.
-Imports - 18,19.
p.3 sch. J.G. Beard is on ways for repairs.
-Chartered For Kingston - at Detroit, Toledo.
-Marine Items - Marysburg and Kolfage taken to Detroit; bark John Breden was damaged by gale.
-The Andrew Stevens - prop. Enterprize and tug towed her to Ducks; tug William left to get her.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes