The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Great Britain (Steamboat), 22 Apr 1834

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The unrivalled line, of steam-boats between Prescott and the head of the lake, are nearly all in motion. The number of travellers are greatly increasing.
The line of boats to and from the head of the lake this season are the GREAT BRITAIN, WILLIAM IV, UNITED KINGDOM, ST.GEORGE and COBOURG. From Prescott to the head of the lake are the KINGSTON, BRITANNIA, KEMPT and PERSEVERANCE. From the head of the Long Sault to Kingston are the BROCKVILLE and KINGSTON. From Prescott to the Long Sault the IROQUOIS. - Com. Gaz.
      British American Journal (St. Catharines)
      April 22, 1834

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The Splendid Low Pressure S. Boat GREAT BRITAIN, Capt. WHI1NEY, will, during the season of 1834, leave the different ports as follows:
      [dates & times]
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Cabins composed entirely of State Rooms, Passengers from Buffalo, leaving by Saturday morning's Stage, will arrive at Niagara in time to take the above conveyance.
Offices at the Pavilion Hotel, Niagara Falls, V.C., and at Prescott, U.C.
May, 1834
      Buffalo Whig
      June 25, 1834

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Great Britain (Steamboat), 22 Apr 1834