The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 24 Apr 1879

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p.2 Port Colborne - April 24th - The barge Enterprise, Capt. Morgan, arrived here this morning from Leamington, on route for Buffalo. He reports very little ice on the Lake.

Marine - Things on the docks are nearly at a standstill. The only thing to note is the schr. Richardson, partly loaded with rye for Oswego. Two barges are laden with peas and a cargo is being put in the Dalhousie for Montreal. The steamer Hastings will resume her trips in a short time. The other vessels are donning new coats of paint and being otherwise repaired.

ad - Gananoque & Kingston - str. Crusoe, H.C. Rothwell, master, with schedule.

p.3 Navigation - The steamers Maud and Hastings are expected to make a start on Saturday. The ice was still reported as filling a part of the Bay of Quinte.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 24 Apr 1879