The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 20, 1852

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p.2 Kingston Harbor - The harbor is at length fully open, the last field of ice having yesterday yielded to the pressure of a strong East-and-by-north wind. In the morning the schooners Globe and Marion got under weigh, westward bound, and in the course of the afternoon, the steamer Henry Gildersleeve left for Cape Vincent, the Prince Albert for Prescott, and the New Era for Toronto. The Gildersleeve opens the direct traffic with the Rome and Cape Vincent Railway, as we understand that the first regular passenger train will come to the Cape this morning, and the passengers for Kingston by this train will come over by the steamer. The Ottawa leaves this morning downwards, the first of the river mail line.

The steamer Maple Leaf is advertised to leave Toronto this morning, with the intention of reaching Kingston in the evening.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 20, 1852