The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 14, 1835

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p.2 large explosion used at construction of Long Sault. [Cornwall Observer]

p.3 boats not going through canal yet. [ibid]

correspondence about Capt. Paynter, late of the William and alleged embezzlement.

conflict at Kingston between competing steamboats - warning to emigrants. [Irish Advocate]



July 9 - Steamer Bytown, Robins, with passengers.

July 10 - Steamer Margaret, Morehouse, with barge Mary in tow.

July 12 - The Steamer Thos. M'Kay with barge Francis in tow.

July 14 - The steamer Rideau, Bowen, with barge Clara Fisher in tow, Passengers and Freight from Montreal having left that City Friday Morning at 7 o'clock, 4 days: the goods for Toronto have been shipped on board the St. George and will be in that City in five days from Montreal.


July 10 - Bytown, with barges Hope & Jane in tow, loaded with potash, etc. from Montreal. (consignees listed.)

July 14 - The steamer Thos. M'Kay, Chambers, with barge Mary in tow.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 14, 1835