The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Aug. 28, 1829

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p.126 Methodist clergymen leave on the Niagara for Ancaster.

The Ferry across the St. Lawrence from Gananoque, is to be let by Government for 7 years the 1st day of October next.

Welland Canal - short article. [Rochester Republican]

p.127 Casualty - Alva Tillotson, age 18, falls overboard and drowns from schooner R.H. Boughton, Capt. Estis, approaching Niagara. [Niagara Herald]

Launch - of schooner Margaret, on 29th July, launched into Burlington Bay "near the Heights;" built by Mr. Armington; owner James Crooks; master Captain Mitchell; said to be the first schooner built on Burlington Bay. [Gore Emporium]

Another Fish Story - a sturgeon at Chippewa. [Farmer's Journal]

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Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Aug. 28, 1829