The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), June 16, 1849

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p.2 The Bay - The steamer Farmer has been placed on the Bay of Quinte as a day boat, increasing the facility and pleasure of travelling over that portion of our inland waters.

The American steamer Lady of the Lake is advertised to ply between Oswego, Rochester, and Toronto for the remainder of the season. The new and really splendid steamer Bay State takes the place of the Lady in the American Mail Line.



June 9th - Str. City of Toronto, 400 bls. flour, 6 ashes.

Schr. Jane Anne Marsh, Port Hope, 2191 bls. flour, 8 pork, 20 tons bran.

Str. Niagara, Ogdensburg.

Str. Lady of the Lake, Lewiston.

Schr. Lafayette, Oswego, 30 bls. plaster.

11th - Schr. Acorn, Port Hope, 275 bls. pork, 340 flour.

Str. Princess Royal, 11 bls. flour, 2 rms. paper.

Schr. Merchant Miller, St. Catharines, 4298 bush. wheat, 844 peas, 250 bls. flour.

Susan, Oswego, ballast.

Colonel Powers, Oswego, 470 bls. pork.

Europe, Cleveland, 1312 bls. flour, 228 corn meal, 50 lard, 18 tallow.

Prop. St. Lawrence, Ogdensburgh.

Str. Bay State, Ogdensburgh.

Str. Ontario, Lewiston.

12th - Miller, Toronto, 1200 bls. flour.

Str. Magnet, 285 bls. flour, 2 pork.

Schr. Liverpool, Port Dalhousie, 203 pcs. oak.

Hannah Counter, Pike Creek, 67 pcs. oak.

Scow New Broom, French Creek, 8000 ft. lumber.

Prop. Genessee Chief, Cleveland, 250 bls. flour, 464 pork, 48 tallow.

Str. Cataract, Lewiston.

Str. Ontario, Ogdensburg.

13th - Schr. Minerva Cook, Pike Creek, 67 pcs. oak.

C.P. Thomson, Toronto, 1345 bls. flour, 43 oatmeal.

Scow Eutokee, French Creek, wood.

Str. Niagara, Lewiston.

Str. Cataract, Ogdensburg.

14th - Schr. Almeida, St. Catharines, 750 bls. flour.

Str. Bay State, Lewiston.

Str. Niagara, Ogdensburg.

15th - Str. Magnet, Hamilton, 286 bls. flour, 38 oatmeal, 55 pork.

Str. Princess Royal, 137 bls. flour.

Schr. Lafayette, Oswego, ballast.

S. Wright, Cape Vincent.

Sovereign, Oswego, 100 bls. salt.

Magnet, Oswego, merchandize.

Str. Ontario, Lewiston.

Str. Ontario, Ogdensburg.



The New and Fast Sailing Steamer


Capt. Maxwell.

Plies regularly from Kingston to Toronto and Hamilton, calling at the intermediate ports.


Leaves Kingston every Monday and Thursday after the arrival of the River Mail Boat, and arrives at Toronto on the following morning in time for passengers to take the Steamer Chief Justice Robinson, for Niagara and Lewiston, thereby enabling them to reach Niagara Falls and Buffalo, the same day.


Leaves Hamilton for Toronto and Kingston every Wednesday and Saturday at 7 1/2 A.M., arriving at Kingston in time for the River Mail Steamer for Montreal.

The Fares by this Line are reduced.

River Mail Steamboat Office, Com. Wharf,

Kingston, June 15th, 1849.

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Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), June 16, 1849