The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 25 Sep 1878

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p.3 Struck By a Squall - sch. Picton lost both top masts, topsail and jibboom, and mainsail and foresail split, between Long Point and Salmon Point. [Oswego Times]

Sept. 26, 1878

p.2 Portsmouth Marine Railway - improved and refitted, charges low, consistent with hard times. "The Railway is capable of hauling out the largest Vessel." James Fisher (no date)

p.3 Marine - The great bulk of the vessels delayed in the Welland Canal have not yet reached here, tho' navigation has been resumed. The only arrivals are for the

M.T. Co. - Propeller Africa, Toledo, 3,017 bush of wheat; schr. Catamont ?, Port Stanley, 15,541 bush do; Julias Gordon, 6,593 bush do; Oliver Mowat, 10,050 of rye.

Swift's - Prop. City of Concord, Ogdensburg, passed up, likewise the steamer Passport from Montreal. The str. D.C. West arrived from the Rideau Canal.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 25 Sep 1878