The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 3, 1873

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p.2 Marine News - Port Colborne, May 2nd, Down: Propeller Oswegatchie, Detroit, Ogdensburgh, general cargo; schooners Mercia, A. Hall, Port Ryerse, Oswego, barley.

Up: Schr. Sea Gull, prop. Sovereign, schrs. D. Freeman, Agnes Hope, P. Bennett, steambarge Lothair.

p.3 Royal Mail Line - The Spartan will leave here for Montreal on Sunday, and the Corsican on Tuesday. The Corinthian will leave Montreal on Monday morning en route for Toronto and Hamilton, calling here on Tuesday afternoon, returning, will leave here for Montreal on Friday morning at 5:30. It was decided that this will be the first steamer to run all the rapids by daylight, arriving at Montreal in time for the steamer for Quebec.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 3, 1873