The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 31, 1855

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p.2 The ship City of Toronto, built by the Messrs. Hayes Brothers of Toronto, arrived in the Mersey on the 4th instant, having made the run from Quebec in 24 days, including two days at anchor in the Lower St. Lawrence. Her consort, the barque Reindeer, arrived in the West Indian Dock, on the 8th instant, having been 4 days in the Thames, making the run from Quebec to the mouth of the Thames in 21 days.

p.3 For Sale - The Low Pressure Steamer Dawn, length 160 feet, beam 22 feet, breadth over all 36 feet, depth of hold 8 feet. One Beam Engine 32 inches cylinder, 10 feet stroke. Apply to Samuel Risley, Consulting and Superintending Mechanical Engineer, 29 Great St. James Street, Montreal.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 31, 1855