The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Feb. 12, 1852

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p.2 Ontario Line of Steamers - We learn from the Oswego Commercial Times, that the following arrangement has been made for 1852:

The Bay State and New York (the latter the new boat building at French Creek,) are to form the through, or Express line from Ogdensburgh to Lewiston, touching at Cape Vincent and Toronto. The mail line on the old route from Ogdensburgh to Lewiston, touching at Kingston, Oswego, Rochester and other ports, consisting of the following boats viz.- the Northerner, Ontario, Cataract, Niagara. The continuation of the company's line from Ogdensburgh to Montreal has a new boat added to those formerly run on the river, the Jenny Lind, a new and elegant boat, which, together with the British Queen and Empire, will run the coming season through to Montreal. Formerly they ran to Lachine only, and passengers were compelled to reach Montreal by railroad.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Feb. 12, 1852