The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 12, 1876

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p.2 Toronto, Dec. 12th - Forty-five vessels are lying up here for the winter.

p.3 The Maud - Speaking of the closing of the Wolfe Island Canal and of the Cape Vincent route, the Watertown Despatch pays a well-merited tribute to the Maud, as follows: "She has now been on this route some three years, and during that time has not failed in a single instance to make regular connections with trains departing from this station or from Kingston. Steady as a man of war, safe in any weather, comfortable in every respect, and manned by careful and experienced officers; it is no great wonder that she has become a favourite with the travelling public." Correct.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 12, 1876