The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), October 28, 1835

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The Traveller. - This important addition to our Lake Ontario Steam Boats, is expected down from Niagara in a few days; being her first appearance on these waters. She is the property of the enterprising owner of the Great Britain, and is intended to encounter the winter gales of the Lake. She is schooner rigged with her machinery below, after the fashion of the British Channel Steamers, and is expected to ply, during the greater part of the winter months, between Toronto, Hamilton and Niagara.

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October 28, 1835
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Peter Warwick
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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), October 28, 1835