The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 10, 1858

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p.2 steamer Canadian safely down rapids to Montreal.

The St. Helen - altered to accommodate passengers.

-str. Prince Albert reached Kingston from Ottawa via Rideau canal.

-sch. Sarah entered Toronto harbor through cut in island.

Ottawa Ship Canal - speech in Legislative Assembly.

Oswego - description of harbor and some industry. [Colborne Transcript May 28th]

p.3 Marine News

Large Fleet Coming - Capt. Kimball, of the tug Oswego, informs us that he passed yesterday on Lake Huron about 40 vessels bound down. [Detroit Tribune 8th]

For Europe - The schooner John F. Warner cleared last night with a cargo of staves taken on at New Baltimore. [ib]

The barque Great West, of Oswego, which went ashore last November in Sleeping Bear Bay, reached here today in tow of the Oswego. She was got off some time since by the wrecking schooner Chief Justice Marshall and taken to Glen Arbor, whence she was towed by the tug Free State to South Manitou, at which place she was taken in tow last Tuesday by the Oswego.

Capt. Fellows, of the schooner Antares, which arrived here yesterday, reports passing off Stanley, the brigs Orkney and Ayer, with the brig John Young in tow. The Young was capsized Monday, above Long Point, and her crew rescued by the propeller Missouri. [Buffalo Express]

Bay of Quinte and River St. Lawrence - Through Freight and Passage Boat - the str. St. Helen, G.B. Chrysler, Master, with new schedule.

"The St. Helen has been fitted for a Freight and Passage Boat, and will be prepared to carry Freight as cheap as any other boat or route. The St. Helen is also prepared for Towing on the Bay or River route. For Freight, Passage, or Towing, apply to H. Pretty, Belleville; to N.M. Bockus, Montreal; or to the Captain on board."

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 10, 1858