The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 20, 1868

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p.2 The Port - The Watertown having got in her new shaft, resumed her trips to Cape Vincent today. The Gazelle will run regularly to Wolfe Island. The Pierrepont is improving her appearance by the addition of a coat of paint. The Bay of Quinte made the first trip on her regular route on Saturday, and as the water above is clear of ice she will now make her trips regularly. The propeller Colonist departed for Chicago yesterday.

A large new vessel of 440 tons burthen, named the Annie Campbell, was launched from Mr. Shickluna's yard at St. Catherines on Tuesday.

Collingwood, April 17th - The ice has all disappeared here yesterday. Navigation is open. The steamer Frances Smith arrived here yesterday, being the first arrival of the season..

p.3 ad - The Steamer Rochester, Capt. Dewey, for Oswego. April 20th

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 20, 1868