The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 21, 1852

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p.2 The steamer British Empire left Ogdensburgh on Monday morning for Cape Vincent, to connect with the Rome and Cape Vincent railway.

The steamer Henry Gildersleeve returned last evening from Cape Vincent. She experienced some difficulty in making the Cape, owing to ice encountered on the passage.

The Ottawa left about 9 a.m. for Prescott, but returned at 5 p.m. having found the passage of the river impracticable, owing to the ice which had been forced into the narrows by the Northeast gale of the last two days. The Ottawa did not succeed in making Gananoque.

The steamer Prince Albert, which reached here on Saturday from Ogdensburg, brought the following goods for Kingston, as per manifest: (followed by list of cargo). Our information is from the Ogdensburgh Daily News.

The St. Lawrence - want duties reduced to encourage trade with West. [Montreal Gazette]

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 21, 1852