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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Feb 1876

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p.2 Steamboats For Sale - str. Clyde, built in 1869, 150 x 24, draught 6 feet, low pressure 50 h.p. engine; str. Bienvenue, built 1875, 160 x 24 x 8, draught 4 feet. -contact St. Lawrence Steam Navigation Co., Que.

Feb. 22, 1876

p.3 R. & O. Navigation Co. - annual general meeting report. [Herald]

Feb. 23, 1876

p.3 Harbor of Refuge - government not intending to establish one on Lake Ontario between Toronto and Kingston.

Feb. 24, 1876

p.3 The Shipping Interests - Kingston vessel owners are suffering from slow trade. [Central Canadian]

Shipping Ice - 6 vessels at Clayton, 1 at Chaumont, 5 at Garden Island, and 1 at Kingston are loading ice for Toledo.

Feb. 25, 1876


Feb. 26, 1876

p.3 The Trade - tables about trade and navigation - values of imports and exports, Kingston trade discussed. [Hamilton Times]

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Feb 1876