The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 24, 1837

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p.3 New Steamboat - The steamboat Telegraph, recently built at Dexter, Jefferson Co. has commenced her trips upon the lake. - We learn she is to run regularly between Kingston and Genessee river touching at Dexter, Sacket's Harbor, Oswego and Sodus. She is a neat, well-furnished boat, and for speed and sea-worthiness, we learn she meets fully the expectations of her proprietors. She is commanded by Captain Sprague, a gentleman of experience in lake navigation. [Oswego Palladium]



May 22 - The steamer Bytown, Bowen, from Bytown, with barges Traveller & Constitution in tow. 58 passengers (consignees listed.)

May 22 - The schooner Fanny, St. Catharines, 220 1/2 blls. flour.

May 23 - The schooner Industry, Whitby, 127 blls. flour.

Departures for Bytown.

May 23 - The steamer Bytown, Bowen (consignees listed.)

Departures For Montreal.

May 20 - The barge Iroquois. 500 oars & handspikes, to order.

May 22 - The barge Traveller (consignees listed.)

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 24, 1837