The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), August 24, 1837

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Welland Canal - The following is a list of vessels paased the canal, at this place, since our last. When we saw fourteen vessels passing daily, as we observed was the case on the 15th, it is almost unnecessary to say, the works are in the best state of repair. We understand that up to the 17th twenty vessels have passed more than at the same period last month.

Aug VesselsFromTo
11 Mary Anne Detroit French Creek
WhigChatham Kingston
Comet Cleveland Toronto
Minerva Smith doSacketts
Erie & OntarioKingstonBuffalo
Sir Robert Peel Roundeaux Kingston
Water Nymph Toronto Sandwich
W.H. MerrittKingstonBuffalo
12 DexterClinton Oswego
13 Robert BurnsBlack River do
Matilda Long PointKingston
14 C. Deming OswegoCleveland
Toronto Niagara Roundeaux
15 Texas Black River Cape Vincent
W.S. MalcolmClinton French Creek
O.P. StarkeyDetroit Oswego
Jesse WoodRoundeaux Kingston
Willett OswegoDetroit
Moris & Elias doCleveland
G.H. McWhorterBlack River French Creek
Lewis Goler Detroit Oswego
KentChatham Kingston
John E. HuntOswegoCleveland
AlbanyCleveland Oswego
Cleopatra dodo
Mississippi dodo
16 Fanny Toronto Cleveland
SaratogaHuron Oswego
New YorkOswegoCleveland
ExchangeHuron Oakville
17 J.D. BeaupreCleveland Oswego
Clyde dodo
Henry Bear CreekPrescott
Ceres OswegoSandusky
Emily Port Colborne Brockville
John WatkinsToronto Port Stanley
Elizabeth Port StanleyKingston

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Peter Warwick
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St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), August 24, 1837