The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Nov. 27, 1833

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p.1 For the Information of Emigrants arriving at New York, and who are desirous of Settling in Canada - 3 columns long, mentions 3 classes of Canal Boats; also mentions British steamboats Adelaide, Thames and Great Britain.

p.3 The body of Patrick Colleary, one of the fireman of the Steam boat William IV, was discovered in the river, at the end of Mr. Fraser's wharf, on Saturday last. An inquest was immediately held on the body, the result of which we have not as yet learned. It is generally supposed, that late on the night of Wednesday, the 13th inst., he missed his step and fell into the river between the boat and the wharf. [Grenville (Prescott) Gazette]

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Rick Neilson
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Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Nov. 27, 1833