The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Aug. 13, 1833

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p.2 We omitted to notice last Tuesday, the return of Commodore Barrie and his Lady to Kingston, after an absence of some weeks, upon an excursion to the upper Lakes. We are given to understand, that accompanied by Lord Aylmer, the Governor in Chief, whose arrival is hourly expected, Commodore Barrie will proceed on another tour to the Westward.

p.3 The Canal - Commissioners met at Prescott and decided on route from head of the Long Sault to Potash point. [Cornwall Observer]


The Low Pressure Steam Boat


Capt. R.J. Van Dewater.

In order to run the St. Lawrence River by daylight, and to enable passengers making the Northern Tour to view the scenery in that most interesting section of country, from the Lake to Ogdensburgh, including the "Thousand Islands," this boat will leave Lewiston on Wednesday evening, and arrive at Ogdensburgh on Friday evening. On Saturday morning passengers may take the Steam Boat Iroquois, down the rapids, and reach Montreal the same evening, or take the Saturday's Stage, and remain over the Sabbath at "Massena Springs," or the Indian village of St. Regis, and arrive at Montreal on Monday afternoon.

For Ogdensburgh.

Leaves Lewiston, Wednesday, 9 P.M.

Rochester, Thursday, 10 A.M.

Oswego, Thursday, 7 P.M.

Sacket's Harbor, Friday, 4 A.M.

Kingston, U.C., Friday, about 8 A.M.

Touches at French Creek, Brockville, and Morristown, and arrives at Ogdensburgh Friday evening.

For Lewiston.

Leaves Ogdensburgh, Monday, 5 A.M.

Kingston, U.C., Monday, about 4 P.M.

Sacket's Harbor, Monday, 7 P.M.

Oswego, Tuesday, 8 A.M.

Rochester, 7 P.M.

York, U.C., Wednesday, 7 A.M.

Arriving at Lewiston about 12 M. where stages are in readiness to convey passengers to the "Falls."

Aug. 13th, 1833.

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Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Aug. 13, 1833