The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), March 25, 1862

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p.2 The Oswego Times says there is no ice in the Lake to interferre with navigation, and everything indicates an early resumption of business on Lake Ontario.

-The residence of Capt. Harbottle (of the Passport) was destroyed by fire in Hamilton on Wednesday morning last. All the furniture was destroyed with it..

Steamer Burned - The steamer Prince Albert, lying in the Canal Basin, was discovered to be on fire about eight o'clock on Tuesday evening. The usual alarm was given, and the Fire Companies promptly assembled and used their best exertions to extinguish the flames. The fire, however, had made great headway before the efforts of the firemen could be brought fully into play; they succeeded in saving a great part of the hull. The vessel belonged to Mr. Griffin, Provincial Land Surveyor, who, we are sorry to learn, was not insured. [Ottawa Citizen]

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), March 25, 1862