British Whig (Kingston, ON), 2 May 1876
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p.3 M.N. - Muir Bros. of Oswego bought hull of str. Bristol burnt at Hamilton last winter to convert into steambarge. [Palladium]
For the present the Belleville steamer Oswego Belle will leave for Oswego, Kingston and Bay ports, every Tuesday and Friday at noon; returning, will leave Oswego at 6 p.m. each Monday and Wednesday. The Kincardine will be placed on the route about 15th prox. [Intelligencer]
-sch. Union Jack sunk at head of Lake Erie with cargo of corn.
-new str. built at Mill Point called Empress of India.
-description of furnishings and officers of Oswego Belle. [Palladium]
-Port Colborne - ?
Attempt to Fire a Yacht - Countess of Dufferin was sitting on stocks at Cobourg. [Evening Telegram]
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes