The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Forester (Steamboat), 1 Apr 1846

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The FORESTER left yesterday morning on her first trip for the season. She is now beautifully fitted up, and her speed increased to a great extent through the improvements which she has lately undergone. Every effort has been put forth by the worthy proprietor to meet the wans and wishes of the community, and we trust to see him patronized with the warmth which is not only due to himself as an obliging individual, but to any person connected with William Weller Esq., of Cobourg, to whom the inhabitants of this town and district are indebted in no ordinary degree.
      In passing round the head of Rice Lake, a few days since, we were pleased to see a large and well finished wharf, which has been lately erected for the reception of the FORESTER. --- Peterborough Chronicle.
      the Argus, Kingston
      April 28, 1846

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Forester (Steamboat), 1 Apr 1846