The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 26 Apr 1872

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p.1 Imports - 24.

-Demands Against Vessels - discussed in House - a need for change in the laws - lack of Admiralty courts.

p.2 Marine Items - a list of vessels loaded for departure.

-At Clayton - sch. Adirondack, dismasted last fall, has been repaired; sch. Crawford rebuilt and a barge under construction for Seymour & Gardner of Ogdensburg.

-Garden Island - 12 vessels are on way from Hamilton; the Bay of Quinte makes a handsome tug boat though she has been stripped of her upper works.

-The First From the Lake - prop. Scotia, C.H. Scott master, reports ice half-way between Ducks and Nine Mile Point; he had to come around Amherst Island by the Upper Gap and come down the North Channel.

-The First Vessel In - sch. Ariel from Port Hope.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 26 Apr 1872