The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 28, 1852

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p.2 Copper - The three-masted schooner Sinbad arrived here on Monday from St. Catharines, having on board 250 tons of copper ore from the Bruce Mines. The ore was shipped in the fall, but at too late a period for transhipment at the lower ports. The Sinbad is discharging here.


Arrivals and Imports

April 26th - Str. Northerner Oswego, (cargo list)

April 27th - Str. Cataract, Ogdensburgh (cargo list)

Str. Prince of Wales, Cape Vincent.

Str. Prince Albert, Ogdensburgh (cargo list)

Schr. Mayflower, Amherst Island, 1700 bus. rye, 360 bus. barley, 130 bus. corn, Jas. Morton.


April 26th - Str. Prince of Wales, Cape Vincent (cargo list)

Str. Cataract, Sackett's Harbor.

Rome & Cape Vincent Railway - The first passenger train to the Cape came over the rail on Monday last. The Prince of Wales, Capt. Nosworthy, left the Cape about six o'clock on that evening for Kingston, and brought over between thirty or forty passengers. As the trains have commenced regular trips, and either the Gildersleeve or Prince of Wales leaves here every morning at 7 o'clock to connect with the ten o'clock train, a direct connection between Kingston and New York is now fairly open.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 28, 1852