British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 10, 1846
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p.2 The Steam Boat Riots in Toronto [Toronto Colonist]
p.3 Progress of Spring Navigation - Very little change as yet. The one River Steamer Henry Gildersleeve performs her daily trips, descending the St. Lawrence to Dickenson's Landing on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and returning to Kingston on the alternate days; the Canada is not to join, until the 20th inst. The one Lake Steamer (Mail Line) Princess Royal makes two trips a week, between Toronto and Kingston; while the American Line have already put on two of their best vessels, the Niagara and Rochester between Ogdensburgh and Lewiston; and the other two are to be added immediately after the opening of the State Canals on the 16th inst.
Seizure - a Customs Inspector making a seizure near Port Dalhousie is attacked by canallers. [Niagara Mail April 6th]
ad for Forwarding - gives rates of Freight for Macpherson & Crane; Hooker & Holton; James Dean (Quebec Forwarding Co.); Sanderson & Murray; and H. Jones & Co.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes