The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 10, 1855

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p.2 The steamers Champion and Mayflower form a tri-weekly line between Oswego and Toronto.

There are now three steamers running between Kingston and Ottawa (Bytown), furnishing a daily line - the Prince Albert, Beaver and Firefly.

Welland Canal - Vessels Passed Up - April 30th - Quebec, Kingston, Detroit, no cargo.

Lord Seaton, do., River St. Clair, do.

Quebec, do., do., do.

North Star, do., Port Dover, do.

John Heseman, do., Port Stanley, stone.

Hesione, do., Bear Creek, no cargo.

Fleur de Marie, do., Port Stanley, pig iron.

Free Trader, do., Toledo, no cargo.

May 1st - Sinbad, Kingston, Detroit, furniture.

May 3rd - J.C. Roder, Kingston, Cleveland, R.R. iron.

Hibernia, do., Toledo, no cargo.

Superior, do., do., do.

Baltic, do., Chatham, do.

Manchester, do., Pt. Wallace, do. [Globe]

May 11, 1855


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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 10, 1855