Comet (Steamboat), 1 Aug 1848
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Wednesday last (14th.) was the day named for the launch of the steamer COMET at Kingston. She is owned by Messrs. Platt and buuilt by Ault. The WILLIAM 1V had to help pull her down the ways.
June 21, 1848
A NEW VESSEL.---We are glad to notice that the COMET, a new vessel for the route between Hamilton and Quebec has just been finished at Kingston, and may be expected at the head of the lake immediately. She is highly spoken of and will doubtless become a favorite. -------- Oswego Times
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
Monday evening, August 14, 1848
FOR MONTREAL & QUEBEC.
The Splendid New Steamer C O M E T, Capt. James Platt will leave for Montreal & Quebec, calling at intermediate ports this afternoon at 2 o'clock, tomorrow, September 6, 1848.
Apply on board or to Hutchinson & Black, Agents.
September 5, 1848
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- launch, Kingston
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- William R. McNeil
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