The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston News (Kingston, ON), July 11, 1844

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p.2 The Western States - gives figures on rise of Chicago - now 65 boats on Lake Erie. [N.Y. Republic]

p.3 Excursion - account of trip on Princess Royal to Sackett's Harbour.


The Subscribers having purchased the Lease of the Ferryage from Kingston to Garden Island and Wolfe Island, with the intention of putting thereon a Steam Vessel, hereby forbid all persons from ferrying on the said route from this date under pain of prosecution.

N.B. Until a steamboat is procured a sailing vessel will be employed, which will leave Garratt's wharf, at the foot of Johnson Street.

Kingston July 10th, 1844 J. & G. Ives

The Meeting advertised to take place on Saturday, at the office of Messrs. Smith & Henderson, in relation to the Steamer Frontenac, is postponed until the following Saturday, the 20th inst.

J. & G. Ives

Kingston, July 11th, 1844.

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Kingston News (Kingston, ON), July 11, 1844