The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 11, 1838

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p.1 St. Lawrence Canal - a letter to editor from James Hume, Secretary to the Commissioners of the St. Lawrence Canal, giving reasons for high costs as mentioned in previous articles.

p.2 Improvement of the Ottawa, and Water Communication between that River and Lake Huron - an address from inhabitants on Ottawa River to Gov.-General.

an editorial on St. Lawrence canal.

The Welland Canal - proposed changes and improvements [N.Y. Com. Adv.]

p.3 We understand that an arrangement has been entered into by the different steam-boat proprietors, by which the Kingston will be withdrawn from the river, and the Brockville and the Dolphin will run between Kingston and the Long Sault, and the Wm. IV will go no further down than Kingston, leaving this port on Tuesdays and Fridays, on the Lake Line. The Kingston will ply on the Bay of Quinte instead of the Hamilton. The frame of a new steam boat will be laid down immediately at the Marine Rail Way ground, in order to receive the engine of the Sir James Kempt.

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Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 11, 1838