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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 5 Jul 1877

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p.2 excursion to Stella Point, Amherst Island, on Hastings.

p.3 Pleasure Boat - The steam yacht Crusoe is an admirable one for pleasure purposes. It is rebuilt from the str. Simon Davis, the model being improved, upper works added, and changes made in the machinery which ad to the speed of the craft. She will run in the harbor, and among other things she will ply in the vicinity of the Queen's wharf on such nights as the Band of "A" Battery plays for the public benefit.

The Regatta - [Belleville Ontario] thinks Whig's coverage is one-sided.

The Excursions - Magnet, Flight, Hastings, Pierrepont, Oswego Belle.

Collision - schr. Peerless ran into B.W. Folger, twenty miles north of Oswego, Folger badly damaged.

Marine Notes - Passed the Canal:

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 5 Jul 1877