The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Jul 1878

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p.2 Marine - Holcomb & Stewart's - Arrivals: Barges Mona, Eagle and Lark, light; Star No. 1, 25,000 bags salt, from Montreal.

M.T. Co. - Arrivals: tug Glide, with barges Oswego, 630 tons coal; and Cayuga, 550 tons do; tug Bronson, with barges Virginia, Dauntless, Lorne, Glengarry, Colborne, Lancaster, Milwaukee, Wheat Bin, light. The Bronson left with the barges Oswego and Cayuga, coal laden, and barge Harvest, 10,900 bush wheat and 102 tons phosphate for Montreal.

Swift's - Steamers passing: Spartan from Hamilton, Algerian from Montreal, Milwaukee from Ogdensburg, and Oswegatchie from Chicago.

p.3 Nailed At Last - man hit another while working in hold of ship at wharf.

The Oswego & Rochester route - str. Magnet.

Another Reduction - down to 1 cent for grain.

Hanlan's Visit -

W.W. - Chicago Charters - mentions Bark Arabia.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Jul 1878