The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), April 28, 1841

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p.2 Kingston, April 22nd - Our harbour is now entirely freed of ice the heavy north-westerly gale of Sunday night last having broken up the sheet which extended upwards to the lake for several miles. The St. George left this port for Toronto on Sunday evening; the Porcupine for Prescott, and the Commodore Barrie for Toronto, on Monday evening; and the Brockville for Prescott, on Tuesday morning. Yesterday afternoon, the Henry Gildersleeve arrived from below, and in the evening the Niagara also visited us. - There is not a schooner in port at present; all have proceeded upwards. [News]

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Rick Neilson
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Quebec Gazette (Quebec, QC), April 28, 1841