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


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      Steam-Boats - The BROCKVILLE is at present running between this place and the head of the Long Sault. On Friday last the properietor of the KINGSTON made an experiment of running her to the head of the Long Sault and back. He was entirely successful. The boat is said to have succeeded with ease. - Several of the bay and river boats are in navigation. The QUEENSTON left Prescott on Monday last to commence running for the season between Toronto and Hamilton. - Brock. Rec.
      British American Journal (St. Catharines)
      April 22, 1834


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route for season
Date of Original:
1834
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McN.E.9468
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Queenston (Steamboat), 22 Apr 1834