The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Montreal Transcript (Montreal, QC), April 22, 1841

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(copied from Whig by Montreal Transcript, April 22, 1841)

p.1 The Harbor - The ice still lingers in the Bay and Harbor, but the River is clear. A small fleet of schooners left Garden Island, (opposite the town,) for the head of the Bay, but went down the river to go up the South Channel. One or two steamboats have made attempts to reach Kingston, but without effect. This state of things cannot remain another week.

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Rick Neilson
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Montreal Transcript (Montreal, QC), April 22, 1841