Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 6, 1857
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p.2 Another Steamer Burned - J.C. Morrison burned on Lake Simcoe.
The Ship Canal - St. Clair, Chatham and Rond Eau Ship Canal - proposed by-law to take stock in it. [Kent Advertiser]
p.3 ad - Sea Bathing - Through Steamer For Cacouna, Murray Bay, Quebec and Montreal - The Staunch, Upper Cabin Steamer Mayflower, Capt. Robert Gaskin, will leave Toronto on Saturday, the 8th instant, and Kingston the following morning at 6 o'clock. The Mayflower has been thoroughly overhauled and well fitted up; has lifeboats, with everything requisite, and is a first-class Sea-Boat. Aug. 5th
Imports - 4,5.
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- Rick Neilson
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