The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 Nov 1871

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p.2 The Welland Canal - surveyors working on canal feeder. [Spectator]

-Imports - 29,30.

p.3 sch. Louise, ashore near Port Dalhousie, abandoned for the season.

-Close of Navigation - river canals closed by ice, tug Highlander passed up to Kingston.

-The Harbor - steam barge Dromedary was last departure from harbor; Calvin & Breck to send tug to sch. Experiment, ashore at Presque Isle.

-Got Off - Capt. Donnelly, with the steamer Hiram A. Calvin, of Garden Island, has succeeded in getting the schooner America off the shore at Pillar Point, and towing her into Chaumont Bay. It was most difficult work, the vessel having run up into 3 feet of water, and having her anchor quite under her. It was a skilful job to get her off.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 Nov 1871