Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 May 1855
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p.2 Assizes - steamboat trials of Gildersleeve vs Bonter vs Gildersleeve are over.
-Imports - May 1,2.
-Toronto, April 27 - Launch of City of Toronto; mentions ships built at Kingston for ocean service.
-Owen Sound harbor clear of ice.
-Accident to the May Flower - A gentleman from Toronto informs us that the steamer May Flower "the pioneer of the Oswego Line," sprang a leak while on her passage from Toronto to Oswego, on Thursday night. She was got into port however, and is now on the railway at Oswego undergoing repairs.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes