British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 10, 1847
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p.2 A large steam freight boat will be launched from Shickeluna's shipyard at St. Catherines on the 14th inst.
p.3 The Season - ...The Navigation, of course, is yet freely open. All the steamers are still running, though of the American Line of Lake steamers, this is the last week of a daily boat. For another fortnight two of the Line will make trips three times a week. The Passport has hauled off the River Line and the Gildersleeve has taken her place. This Line will continue to run as long as the weather permits. Of the movement of the Lake Boats, we are not fully assured, but we hear of no present intention of withdrawing any.
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- Nov. 10, 1847
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes