The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), July 13, 1837

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Welland Canal - The following vessels have passed through the canal since our last. We are happy to state, that the canal continues in good order, and that no interruption of any movement has occurred since it was opened the present season. We are sure that our contemporaries with whom we exchange on both sides of lakes Erie and Ontario, as well as in Montreal and New York, will render a favour on the parties interested in the trade and shipping through the Welland Canal by copying our occassional notices of the state and progress of the work - on the correctness of which they may rely implicity as we receive our information from head quarters.

July Vessels From To
8Mississagua ChiefTorontoSandwich
CharlotteOswego Detroit
Minerva Smithdo Cleveland
John Watkins Prescott Roundeaux
Saratoga ClevelandOswego
Erie & Ontario Prescott Chatham
Charleston ClevelandOswego
Eliza Ward do do
10Luther Wrightdo do
11Robert Burns do do
New York Oswego Cleveland
Prosperity NiagaraRoundeaux
12Whig ClevelandOswego
John Rolph Prescott Roundeaux
Adelaide RoundeauxBrockville
13O.P. Starkey ClevelandFrench Creek
Ellen BronsonBlack Riverdo
Ann & Jane Gosfield Prescott
Hudson ClevelandOswego
Pennsylvania Black RiverFrench Creek
Alabamado do
RamblerGosfield Toronto
14Sir Robert PeelPort Stanley do
Charles Crooks ClevelandOswego
TexasOswego Cleveland
Kent Prescott Chatham
HarrietRoundeauxGarden Place

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Peter Warwick
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St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), July 13, 1837