The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), April 17, 1829

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p.390 Steam Boats - The Queenston, Capt. Whitney, left this port for York and Niagara on Monday morning. The Dalhousie, Capt. McDonell, arrived within about 9 miles of Kingston on Saturday, but was prevented by the ice, from making her passage. The Niagara, Capt. Mosier, appeared in sight on Monday, and has probably gone down the south channel. The Sir James Kempt, Capt. Gildersleeve, and the Toronto, Capt. Sinclair, will make their usual trips as soon as the ice disappears. [U.C. Herald]

The Dalhousie arrived at Mr. Molson's Wharf on Wednesday last, and left again on Thursday for Prescott, the ice still preventing her entering the harbor of Kingston. She has commenced her regular trips. Friday evening - The harbor is clear of ice.

tolls on Lachine canal. [Montreal Gazette]

Rideau Canal - dam at Hog's Back and one at Black Rapids both were carried away. [Perth Examiner]

First Arrival - Niagara, Capt. Mosier, from Kingston on Wednesday last; also the first to arrive last year; York harbor is open and the Canada is running. [Loyalist]

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Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), April 17, 1829