The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Jun 1878

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M.T. Co. - The tug Bronson departed with the following barges: Virginia, 14,025 bus corn; Kinghorn, 19,132 bus do; Colborne, 21,000 bus do; Corn Crib, 19,994 bus do.; Lorne, 13,900 bus do; McArthur, 14,025 bus do. The schooner Jennie White arrived from Toledo with 16,200 bus of wheat; the F.J. Collier, from Toronto, 10,361 bus do.

Swift's - The propeller Garden City passed up from Ogdensburg, and the steamer Corsican passed down from Hamilton.

Holcomb & Stewart's - The schooner Eureka arrived from Toronto with 10,500 bus of wheat. The prop. Scotia, from Toledo, lightened 4,000 bus of corn, and proceeded to Montreal. The barges Star No. 1, Star No. 2, Minnie and Hawke arrived from Montreal light. The departures are: Barges Annie, 14,000 bus peas; William, 20,000 bus corn and 200 bbls. of meat; Star No. 2, 10,500 bus of wheat; Martin, 12,000 bus of corn.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Jun 1878