The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 31, 1838

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p.3 Capt. Clark of British army and three men crossed over from Kingston to Cape Vincent, planning to burn the large ship at Sacketts Harbor, but were thwarted. (an unlikely story) [Oneida Whig]

On Monday last we had a welcome intimation of the navigation being again open on the Lake, in the approach to our wharf of the American schooner United States, from the Genesee River; which vessel, we understand, is intended to ply occasionally between Rochester and Cobourg, until the steamboat Traveller shall resume her trips. [Cobourg Star]

We learn from good authority that the arrangements for preparing Steam Vessels of War on Lake Ontario are entrusted to Commander Austin of the Royal Navy, the details of which are said to be given in the United Service Journal. [Chronicle]

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 31, 1838