The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), July 1, 1859


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p.2 The eastern entrance of the Toronto harbor, says the Leader, is daily becoming more capable of admitting the passage of vessels. The water there is now nearly nine feet deep. The boats of the Royal Mail Line, the American boats, and all the other steamers pass through it. Heavily laden schooners and other sailing vessels go through it in hundreds.

Burning of The Steamer Malakoff - in Tate's drydock. [Montreal Gazette]

p.3 A change has been made in the Cape Vincent Ferry route, by which the steamer Pierrepont leaves at 7 in the morning, and at 4:30 P.M., to connect with the morning and evening trains from the Cape. In consequence of this arrangement the Gazelle has been withdrawn from the Gananoque route.


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Date of Original:
July 1, 1859
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KN.20144
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English
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Rick Neilson
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Weekly Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), July 1, 1859