The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
City of Toronto (Steamboat), 13 Apr 1870

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We yesterday alluded to the change in the running arrangements of trains on the Erie & Niagara Railway, which road it will be remembered connects by boat at Niagara, to and from Toronto. We learn that the stm. CITY OF TORONTO which plied last season between the point named in connection with the E. & N. road, commenced her regular trips yesterday.
She has undergone a thorough renovation since last season, having been repainted inside and outside, and refurnished in elegant style; a hurricane deck has also been erected above the rear portion of her deck, which passengers will find a great convenience during the rainy or extremely warm waether. All the appointments in connection with this vessel are first class. The following are her officers: Capt. Milloy, Mr. Archibald McMillan, mate, Mr. W.J. Meneilley, engineer. The latter is reliable and experienced and has been in the service of Capt. Milloy 16 years. Capt. Milloy's ability and seamanaship well qualify him for his position.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      April 13, 1870 3-2

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City of Toronto (Steamboat), 13 Apr 1870