The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Jan. 5, 1874

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p.2 A correspondent of the Watertown Despatch writes: "The steamer Maud made her last trip for the season on Saturday last, and we are informed that the Pierrepont is to take her place. With the Maud goes "Fred" the popular purser, who is the very impersonation of good nature and accommodation, and "John", whose qualities as steward cannot be over-estimated. It is a positive pleasure to sit down to one of his dinners. The very sight of the well arranged table is appetizing, and the person who isn't suited with the steward's department must be, to say the least, a very fastidious personage. The accommodations on the Pierrepont are also good, and the traveller cannot fail to be pleased with them. We are pleased to learn that the past season has been one of profit for this line, though this was to be expected under the admirable management of the present owners.

C.I. - 2nd - Pierrepont.

3rd - Pierrepont.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Jan. 5, 1874