The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), May 10, 1817

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p.3 The Editor embraces the present opportunity of returning his acknowledgements to Capt. Owen, of the Royal Navy, for his politeness in furnishing him, from the Hydrographic Office, with the state of the Thermometer, etc. Altho' it was not so interesting to the readers of the Gazette, in the immediate vicinity of Kingston, yet, to those abroad, it was a source of information eagerly looked for by many. We are sorry to find that the establishment is about being removed.



May 3rd - Schr. Henrietta, Kent, Master, from Oswego, with flour.

Boat Hornet, Sprague, Master, from Sacket's Harbor, with potatoes, fish and eggs.

Schr. Laura, Fish, Master, from Troupville, with 94 bbls. of pork and 119 bbls. flour and potash.

5th - Schr. Commodore Perry, Parker, Master, from Sacket's Harbor with horses, cyder, books, etc.

Schr. Aswegotchie, Holmes, Master, from Troupville, with 238 bbls. wheat, 233 bbls. flour, pork, lard and hams.

Schr. Woolsey, Rounds, Master, from Troupville, with flour, pork and beer.

Schr. Comet, Burrell, Master, from Sacket's Harbor with passengers and baggage.

Schr. Levantia, Davis, Master, from Genessee, with flour.

Schr. Sachem, Masters, Master, from Troupville, with 550 bbls. of flour, 7 bbls. apples, potatoes, and 6 tons of Hay.

Schr. Julia, Whitney, Master, from Troupville, 383 bbls. flour.

Schr. Mary Anne, Mosier, Master, from Niagara, with potatoes, oats, flour, pork, etc.

Boat William, Miller, Master, from ---, staves and potatoes.

Schr. Clarissa, Mapes, Master, from Genessee, with flour and potash.

Schr. Triumph, Reid, Master, from Sacket's Harbor, with beer, tar, rosin, shoes, wrapping paper, and segars.

Schr. Staura, Coleman, Master, from Bellville, flour and beer.

6th - Schr. Rambler, Cherry, Master, from Sacket's Harbor, passengers and baggage.

Schr. Bull Dog, Hollister, Master, from Troupville, flour, pork.

Schr. Catherine, Gibson, Master, from Newcastle, with staves, potatoes, and eggs.

Open Boat - from Bellville with flour.

Schr. Phenix, Kenny, Master, from Sacket's Harbor, passengers.

Schr. Commodore Owen, Sinclair, Master, from Grimsby, with 354 bbls. flour.

8th - Schr. Industry, Sampson, Master, from Youngstown, staves and butter.

Schr. Leicester, Pruyn, Master, from Sacket's Harbor, ballast.

Schr. Commodore Perry, Parker, Master, from Sacket's Harbor, with beef, butter, turpentine, segars, candles, and tobacco.

10th - Schr. Rambler, Cherry, from Sacket's Harbor.

Schr. Triumph, Reid, from Sacket's Harbor, with pork, potash, potatoes, paper, etc. Brought New York papers to the 3d inst.

Schr. Comet, Steel, from Sacket's Harbor, with passenger and baggage.


May 3rd - Schr. Henrietta, Kent, Master, for Oswego.

Schr. Laura, Fish, for Troupville.

5th - Schr. Aswegotchie, Holmes, for Ogdensburgh.

Schr. Woolsey, -----

Schr. Comet, Burrell, for Sacket's Harbor.

Schr. Commodore Perry, Parker, for Sacket's Harbor.

Schr. Levantia, Davis, for Genesee.

Schr. Sachem, Masters, for Niagara (American)

Schr. Julia, Whitney, for Oswego.

Schr. Clarissa, Mapes, for Genesee.

Schr. Triumph, Reid, for Sacket's Harbor

6th - Schr. Bull Dog, Hollister, for Prescott.

Schr. Rambler, Cherry, for Sacket's Harbor.

Schr. Phenix, Kenny, for Oswego.

8th - Schr. Commodore Owen, Sinclair, for York, with merchandizes.

9th - Schr. Dove, Brockway, for Sacket's Harbor, with sea-stores.

Schr. Commodore Perry, Parker, for Sacket's Harbor, passengers.

Schr. Minerva Ann, Parker, for York, with settlers.

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Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), May 10, 1817