The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 13, 1865

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p.2 First Steamer Up The Lake - The steamer Grecian, of the Royal Mail Line, will leave for Toronto, Hamilton and intermediate ports, on Tuesday evening next, previously to which she will be duly advertised.

The Royal Mail Line - The arrangements of this line have not yet been completed. The steamers will run this year pretty much as they did last year, starting as formerly from the St. Lawrence wharf, foot of Johnson street. The only change in the line will be the substitution of the new steamer Spartan, now being finished at Montreal, for the Banshee. The Spartan will be commanded by Captain Howard, and is expected to leave about the 15th of May.

The Gale - The steamer Watertown found the gale very severe on the Bay of Quinte yesterday, and having put into Amherst Island on her way down last evening, remained there all night, coming down this morning. The gale continued until late into the night, and a comparative calm has supplied its place. The steamer Pierrepont went and returned to and from Cape Vincent as usual yesterday, notwithstanding the severity of the gale.

Propeller Her Majesty - The propeller Her Majesty, no longer wind bound at Toronto, left that port at twelve o'clock noon today, and will arrive here in due time laden with flour for the firm of J. Carruthers & Co.

p.3 Imports - 12,13.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 13, 1865