The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), July 23, 1819


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p.3 His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, by a Proclamation dated 21st June, has been pleased to establish a Port of Entry at the mouth of Smith's Creek, in the District of New Castle, to be called Port Hope.

Captain Barry, Naval Commissioner for the Lakes, arrived at this place last evening, in the Steam Boat Charlotte.

PORT OF KINGSTON.

Arrived.

July 15th - Schr. Mayflower, Patterson, from Niagara, flour.

17th - Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughn, from Sackets Harbor, passengers.

Schr. Nancy, Fairbanks, from Pultneyville, potash, etc.

18th - Steam Boat Frontenac, McKenzie, York.

19th - Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughn, Sackets Harbor.

20th - schr. Buereau, Frazer, do. potash.

22nd - Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughn, Sackets Harbor.

23rd - schr. Rambler, Smith, do. potash;

schr. Asp, Vollum, Niagara, staves.

Cleared.

July 17th - Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughn.

19th - Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughn.

20th - schr. Buereau, Frazer.

21st - Steam Boat Frontenac, McKenzie.

22nd - Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughn.

23rd - schr. Rambler, Smith.


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Date of Original:
July 23, 1819
Local identifier:
KN.434
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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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), July 23, 1819