The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 28, 1820

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p.2 Navigation Bill - passed the Senate, extends its provisions to all the British settlements in America.

p.3 The Steam Boats and other vessels have again begun to ply upon our Lakes and Rivers. The Charlotte made her first trip to Prescott on Thursday the 20th instant. The American Steam Boat Sophia entered this port, for the first time this season, on Wednesday last, and the Frontenac will proceed to the Upper ports of the Lake on the 1st of May.



April 24th - American Schooner Geneva, Wm. Woolson, Master, from Oswego, cargo, Salt,

Schr. Betthia, A. Sprague, from Sackets-harbor, Cargo, Potash.

Schooner Niagara, Henry Eagle, Cargo, Pork, flour and Salt.

25th - Schooner Commodore Perry, J.G. Parker, from Sackets-harbor, cargo, Beer.

26th - Schooner Swallow, Jos. Hawkins, from Sackets-harbor, Cargo, Pot-ash.

27th - Schooner Levantia, John Briggs, from Gennessee, Cargo, Flour.

Steam Boat Sophia, Jos. Thurston, from Sackets-harbor, Cargo, Passengers.

28th - Steam Boat Charlotte, J. Dennis, from the Bay.


April 28th - 3 Durham Boats for Montreal, cargo pork, flour and potash.

Schooner Minerva Ann, Mr. Finkle, Master, for Hamilton, cargo passengers and baggage.

Steam Boat Charlotte for Prescott, J. Dennis.

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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 28, 1820