The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 8, 1855

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p.3 ad for Royal Mail & Express Line on Bay of Quinte, str. Bay of Quinte, Capt. A. Carrell. Sept. 12th, 1855.

ad - Bay of Quinte Route - Opposition Boat - City of the Bay - Capt. R. Munro. Sept. 21st.

Steamboat Notice - Half-price fares on Royal Mail Line to Provincial Fair at Cobourg. 24th Sept.

ad for str. Sir Charles Napier on Kingston-Cape Vincent Route, Geo. W. Creighton master.

ad for Royal Mail Line of Lake Steamers - Passport - Capt. Harbottle; Magnet - Capt. Twohy; Arabian - Capt. Colcleugh.

ad for Royal Mail River Steamboat Line - New Era, Capt. P.S. Crysler; Ottawa, Capt. Kelly; Banshee, Capt. Howard; St. Lawrence, Capt. Maxwell.

ad for str. St. Helen, Charles B. Crysler, master, Montreal-Kingston-Belleville.

ad for Iron Steamer Firefly on Kingston-Ottawa Route, Capt. Roland Kain. March 21st, 1855

ad for Bay of Quinte str. Cora Linn, Capt. Murray.

p.4 ad for low pressure str. Louisiana, Capt. Davenport, for Sault Ste. Marie, Bruce Mines, Mackinaw and Green Bay. July 11th, 1855

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 8, 1855