The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 2, 1848

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p.2 The Navigation - We believe we may say, that steam navigation for the year 1848 is wholly ended at Kingston. The City of Toronto made her last trip on Thursday; and the Gildersleeve makes her last today. The Bay Boats are laid up. The American Lake Steamer will visit us once more; and save an occasional schooner from Oswego, all is over until next spring.


Kingston Marine List.

Vessels Arrived In Port.

Nov. 28th - Schr. Ontario, South Bay, 24 cords wood, 195 bush. rye, 61 bbls. fish, 9 bbls. flour, 1 bbl. corn, L. Huely.

Str. Niagara, Sackett's Harbor, gen. cargo.

29th - Str. Lord Elgin, Montreal, gen. cargo.

Str. Niagara, French Creek, passengers and baggage.

Schr. W. Wallace, Oswego, gen. cargo.

30th - Schr. Lady Bagot, Hamilton, 1150 bbls. flour, J.A. Glassford & Co.; 226 bbls. flour, Hooker & Henderson.

Dec. 1st - Schr. Bruce, South Bay, 20 cords firewood, 40 bush. rye, Conrad Williams.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 2, 1848