The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Feb. 19, 1848

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p.2 Free Navigation of the St. Lawrence - a letter to editor. [Toronto Globe]

p.3 Lake Erie - The steamer Albany left Detroit last week on her way to Sandusky. The Albany had troops on board bound for Mexico.

Ship-building at Cleveland - The various ship-yards at Cleveland are busily engaged in completing, for the coming season, several new vessels for the marine of the lakes. The Plain Dealer gives the following statement of vessels now under way:

Builders Tonnage

Coady, Quail & Co. Brig 160

do. do. do. 160

Latimmer & Stevenson Schr. 180

do. do. do. 80

S. & A. Turner Propeller 500

do. Schooner 100

Johnson & Tisdale do. 125

do. do. do. 130

Smith & Peck do. 150

Sanford & Moses Propeller 328

do. do. do. 350

do. do. Brig 350

do. do. do. 325

do. do. Schooner 230

Total 3165

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Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Feb. 19, 1848