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

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p.2 The propeller Ogdensburgh, which was in collision with the Atlantic on Lake Erie last week, is now on the Marine Railway here undergoing repairs.

First Arrival at the New Railway Dock - The propeller Hibernia arrived at the Great Western Railroad Depot wharf, in this city, on Tuesday evening, with a cargo of 160 tons of coal, for Messrs. Fisher, Williams, Brainford & Co., the contractors for building the Railway cars for the Great Western. The Hibernia was received with great rejoicing from the crowd assembled on the wharf at the time of her arrival. Great progress is being made in the vicinity of the Depot; the new Pier, when finished, will render the Depot Wharf one of the safest and most accessible on Burlington Bay..... [Hamilton Spectator]


The Splendid Upper Cabin Steamer


Capt. Wright


Will leave the St. Lawrence Wharf, every Friday night, at 10 o'clock, for Toronto and Hamilton, touching at all the intermediate ports.


Will leave the above Wharf, for Montreal, every Wednesday morning, at two o'clock. Passengers by this route will reach Montreal in time for the Quebec Boats the same afternoon.

For freight or passage apply to Wm. Bowen, St. Lawrence Wharf, Kingston.

14th August, 1852.

Aug. 30, 1852


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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 28, 1852