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

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p.2 Marine - M.T. Co. - The arrivals are: Schooner Defiance, Jordan, 5,669 bush of wheat; Knight Templar, Chicago, 17,608 bush of wheat; Clayton Belle, do, 17,244 bush do; Nellie Wilder, Chicago, 20,194 bush of wheat; Annie Falconer, Toledo, 12,447 bush of wheat; Hartford, Chicago, 19,408 bush of corn; Mary, of Port Stanley, 14,000 bush of wheat. Propeller Africa lightened 3,000 bush of wheat; tug Glide and three barges. The departures are: Glide with barge Arab, 16,675 bush wheat; Toledo, 17,177 bush wheat and 100 tons of phosphate; Lancaster, 14,400 bush wheat and 2,100 bush corn; Energy, 12,747 bush of wheat.

Swift's - Steamers passing: Africa, Toledo, Calabria, and Corinthian, from Montreal; Passport, Hamilton; Cuba, Toronto; Persia, St. Catherines; and Armenia, Ogdensburg.

The Empress of India ran into the dock at Brockville on Monday evening and smashed her port wheel.

-ad - Important to Steamboat Owners - Davidson & Doran, made prop for Edith Sewell.

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