The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), April 7, 1842


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PORT OF KINGSTON.

Arrived - March 29 - Schr. Daniel Webster, 1156 bbls flour, Macpherson & Crane; Dexter, 166 do. pork, do., 200 do., do., 100 do. flour, R. Scobell; Gen. Wolfe, 958 bls flour, 125 do. pork, 2 do ashes, Sanderson & Murray; 40 bbls whiskey, J.H. Greer.

March 30 - Str. Princess Royal, 500 bbls flour, Sanderson & Murray; schr. W.L. Marcy, 260 bls pork, R. Scobell; str. Telegraph, 160 do. pork, do., 21 do. J.H. Greer; str. Marshall, 70 bls pork, 12 kegs lard, do.; sch. Osceola, 950 bls do.

March 31 - Sch. Indiana, 1310 bbls flour, Macpherson & Crane.

Mem. - The steamer Henry Gildersleeve has commenced daily trips to Prescott, and the Vulcan to Brockville. Two American steamers, the Telegraph and John Marshall, have visited us, and a third, the Express, is expected here tomorrow. The Princess Royal made her appearance in our harbour yesterday, and leaves for Toronto this evening, while the steamer City of Toronto is advertised to leave Toronto for Kingston next Tuesday. The schooners Jane & Eliza, Mariner, Ontario, Isabella, Thistle, Daniel Webster, and one or two others have proceeded upwards in ballast. Thus the season of navigation is fairly open.

(The above shipping list was almost certainly copied from the Kingston News, but not credited by the Gazette)


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Date of Original:
April 7, 1842
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KN.3850
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English
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Rick Neilson
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), April 7, 1842