The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 28 May 1878

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p.3 The Gananoque Race - list of winning yachts.

Marine - Swift's - The following steamers called: Corsican, from Hamilton, and prop. St. Albans, from Ogdensburg. The schooner B.W. Folger left for Oswego with 180 tons of iron ore.

Holcomb & Stewart's - The departures in tow of the Chieftain for Montreal are: barge Jet, 23,000 bushels of wheat and peas; Alice Pacey, 10,000 bushels of corn; Frontenac, 21,000 bushels of corn; Odessa, 260,000 feet of deals for Quebec.

Welland Canal: Vessels bound up: schooners Stafford, May, Wiley, Manse, Ariel, Clara Youell, Parthenon, Senator Blood, Annie Mulvey, H.H. Rathbun, props. Nashua, Empire, Dominion, Canada, Argyle, Lowell, and Persia. Bound down: Schooners Queen of the Lakes, Star, Sam Cook, Pulaski, Bessie Barwick, Trade Wind, J.T. Mott, Sweepstakes, D.M. Foster, Mary, Copley, Uglow, Cena, Ontario, Lewis Ross, American, Acorn, Republic, R.R. Rooney, H. Dudley, St. Lawrence, props. Acadia, D.W. Powers and Cleveland. The schr. Cecilia just arrived.

Aquatic - another Hanlon race.

Canada's Big Canal -

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 28 May 1878