British Whig (Kingston, ON), 15 Jul 1876
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p.1 Our Trip Down the River
p.2 str. Champion, loaded with lumber, burned on Lake St. Clair, an old craft, crew escaped.
- 3000 tons of stone for new Welland Canal being quarried at McDonald's Point, near Belleville.
Teasing the 'Pall' - little of grain trade sent to Oswego; Kingston gentlemen are getting an average of 20 per day, because of low rates.
- vessel John Harris seized at Gananoque for engaging in Canadian coasting trade, being an American bottom.
Pic-nicing - on steamers Geneva and Maud.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes