The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 1, 1845

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p.3 Funeral of James Henderson [Montreal Gazette, March 27th]



Capt. Lawless,

Will, until further notice, leave Kingston for Prescott Daily, at 6 A.M., touching at Gananoque, Brockville and Maitland; commencing on Wednesday the 2nd inst.


Steam Boat Office,

Kingston, 1st April, 1845.

The Weather - ....The new propeller Racine is advertised in the Oswego papers to leave that place for Chicago, immediately on the opening of this Canal; and on the evening of every Wednesday, during the season, a propeller will leave Oswego for Chicago, touching at the intermediate ports. [St. Catharines Journal, March 27th]

The Navigation - The schooner Elizabeth, owned by James Coleman, Esq., and loaded in Dundas, sailed for this port on yesterday, with a full cargo of Staves. A schooner arrived the same day. These are the first vessels of the season. [Hamilton Express, March 28th]

Under the American Drawback Bill, the following places are named as Ports of clearance: Plattsburgh, Burlington, Sackets Harbor, Oswego, Ogdensburgh, Rochester, Buffalo, Erie, Cleveland, Sandusky, and Detroit. The goods to be exported in the original packages, and two and a half per cent of the duties paid at the port of importation is to be retained by the Collectors at these ports, the residue to constitute the drawback.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 1, 1845