The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Sept. 17, 1833

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p.2 The John By steamer was in danger of being blown up last night. It is understood that the Engineer turned the water from the boiler and then leapt over board. The danger was seen in time to save the vessel which returned into port for another engineer. The first was picked up and sent to jail. [Colonial Advocate]

p.3 We are given to understand that it is intended immediately to form a Joint Stock Forwarding Co. in Kingston...

The New & Elegant

Low Pressure Steam Boat


Capt. Moody,

For Speed And Safety Unequalled.

From Prescott to Kingston,

and the head of the


Going Upwards.

Will leave Prescott Monday and Thursday evenings after the arrival of the Steam Boat Iroquois; touch at Brockville, French Creek, and arrive at Kingston next Morning.

Will leave Kingston for the head of the Bay on Tuesday and Friday mornings at 9 o'clock, touch at Bath, Fredericksburgh, Adolphustown, Hallowell, Culbertson's Sophiasburgh, Belleville, River Trent, and arrive at the Carrying Place same evening.

Going Downwards.

Will leave the Carrying Place after the arrival of the York and Cobourg Stages, on Wednesday and Saturday mornings; touch at the above mentioned intermediate places, and arrive at Kingston same afternoons.

Will leave Kingston at 6 o'clock P.M. touch at French Creek and Brockville, and arrive at Prescott same night.

Kingston, September, 1833.

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Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Sept. 17, 1833