The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 11, 1846

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p.1 ad for steamer Chief Justice Robinson, Hugh Richardson - fare reduced on May 6th.

ad for steamer William IV - will be ready on the 20th inst., for the accommodation of Lumbermen and others, who may favor her with their patronage. The charge will be very moderate.

A. Jones, Owner Samuel Day, Agent Apr. 13, 1846

Report of the Chairman of the Board of Works - about harbours, lighthouses, etc. (3 columns)

p.3 The Steamer Highlander - 1st of Mail Line to attempt to run rapids between Coteau & Lachine. [Cornwall Observer]

Port of Kingston - Arrived - 8th, 9th. (a list of vessels entering Kingston harbour.)

steamer Lady of the Lake breaks piston rod and is towed in by Otter.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 11, 1846