The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 26, 1848

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p.1 Oswego & St. Lawrence Routes Compared - [Oswego Times]

p.2 Burlington Bay Open - The Bay is now clear of ice, from Burlington Canal, to opposite Mr. Nichol's Wharf, foot of Catharine and John Streets. [Hamilton Gazette]

p.3 We are informed that it is intended to run the Iron Steamer Magnet once a week between this City and Montreal, calling at Lewiston and Niagara, on her downward and upward trips. Due notice of her sailing days will be given. [Ham. Gazette]

Oak & Pine Timber Wanted.

10,000 Feet of Oak and Pine Timber, of good quality, length not less than 40 feet, delivered at Hatter's Bay before the 15th of March next; for which the highest price in Cash will be paid.


Kingston Feb. 25th, 1848.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 26, 1848