Argus (Kingston, ON), Nov. 30, 1847
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p.2 The schooner William is in with a cargo of 2800 bushels Canadian Wheat from the Gore District, which sold for milling upon terms not fully transpired, but at about $1.32. It is of a superior quality, equal to the best Genesee wheat, and pays a duty here of 20 per cent. [Oswego Times]
Accident - Yesterday the Steamer Wave, owned by the Messrs. Ives, burst her boiler about 5 miles below Kingston Mills, as she was in the act of towing a raft. The report is, that two of the hands were killed, and others badly scalded, and the boat sunk.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes