The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 14, 1858

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p.2 sch. Son & Heir stuck in Toronto harbour, pulled off by str. Bowmanville. [Colonist]

Steamboat Sunk - Europa sunk at moorings; steamers Bowmanville, Boston and screw Ontonagon leaving port. [Colonist 12th]

The American Line of Steamboats on Lake Ontario - A new company was formed, consisting of E.B. Allen, of Ogdensburgh, President; Samuel Buckley, of Watertown, Vice President; Edwin Clark, of Ogdensburgh, Treasurer; Geo. N. Seymour, James G. Averell, James Averell, of Ogdensburgh, A. Chapman, of Morristown, O.V. Brainard, of Watertown, H. White, O.T. Burt, of Syracuse, A.G. Thayer, of Skaneateles, Samuel Farwell and John Butterfield, of Utica, Directors.

The arrangements that have been thus far made for running the boats the present season, are as follows:- The steamers New York and Bay State will constitute an Express Line from Ogdensburgh to Toronto, touching at Cape Vincent. The Steamer Ontario will run from Ogdensburgh to Rochester twice a week, touching at all intermediate points. [Rochester Union]

p.3 Imports - 12,13; Exports - 13.

Bay of Quinte & St. Lawrence - Through Freight and Tug Boat - St. Helen, G.B. Chrysler, Master, with schedule.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 14, 1858