The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), April 30, 1840


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Welland Canal Marine List

Vessels cleared at Port Dalhousie upward bound, from 2d to 20th April, 1840
AprilNameFromBound To
2 Massachusetts Younstown St.Catharines
John Dougall KingstonSandwich
9ClevelandOswegoCleveland
10Tom Lemons dodo
Napoleon dodo
11TexasdoHuron
12Missouri SackettsCleveland
Chickalona Oswegodo
MassachusettsYoungstownSt.Catharines
13WesternClayton Cleveland
14Highlander KingstonSt.catharines
Hamilton doCleveland
LiverpoolOswegodo
Ellen Bronsondodo
J.H. McWhoster dodo
Saratoga doSandusky
MinervadoCleveland
Boston dodo
15Eliza AnnToronto St.Catharines
BeaupreOswegoCleveland
Charles Crooke dodo
Baltimoredodo
16J.H.Lyon dodo
Dexter Sackettsdo
Delaware Oswegodo
Caledoniadodo
Albany dodo
Congress dodo
United StatesdoDetroit
18Franklin doCleveland
LucindaSackettsdo
Moses & EliasOswegoSandusky
Commerce KingstonSt.Catharines
Shamrock doDover
Charleston OswegoCleveland
Wm. S. Malcomdodo
Richmond dodo
O.P. Stackey dodo
JosephinedoSandusky
19C. DemingdoCleveland
Cleopatradodo
Lady Washingtondodo
20Auora Borealis dodo

N.B. The steamer Burlington, touches at this port from Niagara every morning at 11 o'clock, on her to Hamilton - from whence a boat goes to Toronto.

John Clark, collector, W.C.Co.
Collector's Office, Port Dalhousie
21st April, 1840

Media Type:
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Newspaper
Item Type:
Clippings
Date of Original:
April 30, 1840
Local identifier:
GLN.3925
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Peter Warwick
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), April 30, 1840