The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Toronto Daily Star (Toronto, ON), April 8, 1846

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(copied from Whig by Toronto Star, April 8, 1846)

p.2 Opening of the Navigation - Kingston harbour is now open. The ice is not all out of the Bay, but sufficiently so to allow all kinds of vessels to arrive and depart without hindrance. The Mail Steamer Henry Gildersleeve, Capt. Ponton, intends to make her first trip down the River on Saturday morning. An American schooner, arrived in the course of yesterday, being the first this season. [Whig]

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Rick Neilson
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Toronto Daily Star (Toronto, ON), April 8, 1846