The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 8, 1849

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p.2 Departure of the Last Toronto Steamer - On Thursday night late the Magnet left Kingston for Toronto, fully laden with goods and passengers. The Magnet had waited nearly two days ere the weather was sufficiently fair to allow of her departure. We have reason to believe that the Magnet has made her last trip this season.

- steamer Gore's location still unknown, left Penetanguishene for Lake Superior.

The Mail Line Of Steamers On The St. Lawrence - These Boats have ceased running for the season, the Canada having made her last trip on Monday. [Montreal Herald]

Port of Kingston.

Dec. 5th - Str. Niagara, gen. cargo.

Schr. Mayflower, Wellington, 49 bbls. flour, Macpherson & Crane; 1000 bush. rye, 80 bbls. pork, 60 bbls. flour, 20 bbls. fish, James Morton.

Schr. Erin, Hamilton, 4975 bush. barley, James Morton.

Schr. Sophia, Port Stanley, gen. cargo of flour, pork, butter, etc., Macpherson & Crane.

Dec. 6th - Schr. Jessie Wood, Hamilton, flour, pork and various articles for D. Prentiss & others.

Schr. Prince, Picton, 281 bush. barley, for Kingston.

Schr. R. Susan, Oswego, in ballast, W. McKay.

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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 8, 1849