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Transit (Steamboat), 1835


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The CONSTITUTION, under the new name of the TRANSIT, now owned by Capt. Richardson of the CANADA, (who it is said, is to command her,) will resume her old course, from Toronto to Rochester, calling en route at Cobourg and Port Hope.
      Kingston Chronicle & Gazette
      March 28, 1835


Yesterday the steam boat TRANSIT (CONSTITUTION) made her first appearance for the season; but the wind having suddenly risen, Capt. Richardson, to the disappointment of numerous spectators and passengers, who had asembled to welcome his arrival, bore away for Rochester, without coming to the wharf.
      Cobourg Star
      Wednesday, April 15, 1835


Steamer CONSTITUTION, built at Oakville, Ont. in 1832. Renamed TRANSIT in 1835.
      Preliminary List of Canadian Merchant Vessels
      Inland & Coastal, 1809 to 1930
     
     
NOTE. - [a] CONSTITUTION, [b] TRANSIT.










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Newspaper
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ex CONSTITUTION
Date of Original:
1835
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McN.R.17
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Transit (Steamboat), 1835