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Daily News (Kingston, ON), March 26, 1853

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Cleveland, March 21st - No ice in sight. The steamer Southerner left here yesterday for Dunkirk.

Astabula, March 21st - The steamer Southerner came in here last night, and left this morning for Dunkirk. There is considerable ice in the harbor, but it is broken that vessels can pass. Dunkirk, March 24th - The steamer America is coming down. She is about five miles off, and the wind is down the lake.

Cape Vincent Harbor - the propeller Bay State, lying at the Railroad dock, might be able to get out by Thursday of the present week. [Watertown Daily Jeffersonian]

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), March 26, 1853