Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Dec. 22, 1835
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p.2 The Ship Navigation to Upper Canada - improvements needed around Montreal. [Quebec Gazette]
p.3 Improvement of the Trent - discussed at public meeting; also a petition about same sent to House of Assembly.
Weather turning colder, ice took across to Long Island on Thursday night, and persons drawing loads crossed on the ice next day. "This has seldom occurred so early before. Last year schooners unloaded at our wharves after Christmas, and in '33 a schooner came into port on the 2d of January, unloaded and returned to Oswego." On Saturday wind and rain opened up harbour again.
We have received the first number of the "Welland Canal," a paper just published by W.L. Mackenzie, Esq., but we have not had time to examine the paper.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes