The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 20 Apr 1876

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p.2 Marine Notes - Cobourg schooner Pacific is at West Indies, 47 days from Belfast.

- The Bay of Quinte & Oswego Navigation Company are fitting up their steamers at Napanee for the summer business, and will next week commence their regular trips, the Oswego Belle leaving on Monday for Belleville, where she will leave on Tuesday at 1 P.M. for Oswego, calling at all points on the Bay, and Kingston, arriving in Oswego on Wednesday morning, leaving there on return trip same evening and will leave Belleville every week thereafter on Tuesdays and Fridays at the same hour. In addition to her regular trips the Oswego Belle will leave Oswego every Saturday for a trip to the Thousand Islands and Camp Ground, calling at Kingston on her way there and back. [Express]

The Kincardine will be ready to follow soon after the Belle. She will commence her regular trips from Belleville on Sunday evening next, and every Sunday thereafter, for all Bay ports and Oswego, arriving at Oswego on Monday. She will leave Oswego the same evening for Toronto and Hamilton, and return to Oswego again on Friday morning, leaving again in the evening for Kingston and Bay ports. [ibid]

-steamer Peerless sunk at Brockville wharf.

Presqu'ile - Navigation - tug Kate Pilgrim at Meaford; Port Colborne - tug Mary found ice strong.

On the Move - grain elevating to sch. Richardson.

p.3 The Wolfe Island Canal - water is high.

-No Reply - about yachting in Belleville.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 20 Apr 1876