The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Great Britain (Steamboat), 24 May 1840


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      Travel and State of Trade. - Our harbor presents an animating scene by the almost constant
arrival and departure of steam vessels and other craft. The steamboat GREAT BRITAIN has taken
her place in the daily line between this and Lewiston. Besides the American boats that ply
daily between this place and the ports on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence, the British boat
ST. GEORGE is running regular between this port, Toronto and Hamilton, touching by Port Hope
and Cobourg. We have also a daily intercourse with Kingston by a variety of boats.
      Oswego Herald
      May 25, 1840


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Newspaper
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route
Date of Original:
1840
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Local identifier:
McN.E.8567
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Great Britain (Steamboat), 24 May 1840