The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 14, 1826

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p.3 Steam Boats - We are informed that the Queenston will leave Niagara early next week, and will proceed to Prescott, making her usual stop at this place - she is commanded by an experienced captain.

The Frontenac is now undergoing a thorough repair, and will be in readiness to ply between this, York, and Niagara upon the arrival of her experienced and worthy commander, whose return from England is shortly expected.

The Weather - ...The Sisters arrived from York and Niagara with ordnance stores, etc....

Notice - Written Tenders will be received by the subscriber, at Moore's Mansion House, for supplying at Kingston, with FRESH PROVISIONS, the steam boats Frontenac and Queenston, during the ensuing season - the same to be opened on Saturday the 15th instant at 10 o'clock. Jno. Hamilton

March 14th, 1826.

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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 14, 1826