The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Nov 1876

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p.3 The Onondaga - str. Hiram A. Calvin returned for another barge to lighter it.

Changeable - two men in jail got job as sailors on prop. Prussia.

Nov. 7, 1876

p.2 str. ferry passenger steamer Boquet for sale by auction at Toronto, rebuilt in 1870.

p.3 W.W. - all mail line steamers laid up except Corsican which will go into winter quarters tomorrow.

Ashore - sch. Mary Battle near Murney Tower, pulled off by str. Chieftain.

Nov. 8, 1876


Nov. 9, 1876


Nov. 10, 1876

p.2 W.W. - sch. Annie Mulvey passed through Welland Canal for Kingston.

-sch. Eliza Quinlan seized at Port Hope for avoiding Customs laws by false reporting.

Nov. 11, 1876

p.3 Burned - damage to tug F.H. Camp running between Cape Vincent and Clayton.

W.W. - sch. Muskegon, lumber laden, through Welland Canal for Kingston.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Nov 1876