The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 28, 1819


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PORT OF KINGSTON.

Arrived.

May 21st - American Steam Boat Sophia, Wm. Vaughan, from Sacket's Harbor, Passengers and Baggage.

22nd - Schr. President, Joseph Larrabe, from Gennessee, Flour, Ashes, and Potatoes.

Schr. Atlas, Wm. Smith, from Oswego, Passengers and Baggage.

24th - American Steam Boat Sophia, Wm. Vaughn, from Sacket's Harbor, Passengers and Baggage.

Schr. Com. Owen, Jas. Sinclair, from Hamilton, Provisions.

25th - Schr. Rambler, John Covert, from the Bay of Quinte, Flour etc.

26th - Schr. Catherine, John Francis, from New Castle, Staves.

Schr. Julian, Jacob Caldwell from Ernest Town; Lumber.

American Steam Boat Sophia, Wm. Vaughn, from Sacket's Harbor; Passengers and Baggage.

27th - British Steam Boat Frontenac, James M'Kenzie, from Niagara; Passengers and Baggage.

Steam Boat Charlotte, Joseph Dennis, from Prescott; Passengers and Baggage.

Cleared.

22nd - American Steam Boat Sophia, Wm. Vaughn, for Sacket's Harbor; Passengers and Baggage.

Schr. President, Joseph Larrabe, for Prescott; Flour.

Schr. Atlas, Wm. Smith, for Oswego.

24th - Steam Boat Sophia, Wm. Vaughan, for Sacket's Harbor; Passengers and Baggage.

Two open Boats for Montreal; Flour, Pork and Potash.

28th - Steam Boat Charlotte, Jos. Dennis, for Prescott; Passengers and Baggage.


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Newspaper
Item Type:
Clippings
Date of Original:
May 28, 1819
Local identifier:
KN.426
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 28, 1819