The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), April 24, 1833

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p.3 Steam-Boats - That splendid boat the Great Britain proceeded yesterday to Prescott, where she will receive her furniture and immediately after commence her regular trips. She will leave Kingston for Cobourg, York, and Niagara, on Friday next in the afternoon. The United States arrived on Monday evening from Ogdensburg, and, after remaining about an hour in this Port, departed for Oswego. The Queenston left Kingston for the upper ports of the Lake yesterday morning, it being her second trip this season. The Sir James Kempt, the Rideau, and the Perseverance (old Toronto) are plying between Prescott and the Carrying Place.

Notice that Geo. W. Yarker has rented the store and wharf of the Hon. John Kirby and is now prepared to receive & forward produce to Montreal.

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Rick Neilson
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Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), April 24, 1833