Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 25, 1827
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p.3 The Rideau Canal - Kingston section started, ground broke at foot of Tuttle's Hill.

Steam Boat Notice



The public are informed that the Steam Boat Queenston, Capt. Whitney, has commenced making her regular trips, and will, during the summer, leave the different ports as follows.

Leave Niagara for Kingston, Brockville, and Prescott, every Thursday morning at 8 o'clock, precisely - and leave Prescott on her return for Brockville, Kingston, York, and Niagara, every Sunday at 12 o'clock, noon.

Arrangements have been made with Messrs. Norton & Co., Stage Proprietors, Prescott, by which passengers going down will arrive in Montreal on Saturday evening; and passengers proceeding upwards will, by leaving Montreal on Saturday morning, arrive in time at Prescott to take the Boat.

Every endeavour has been used to render the accommodations and fare on board of the best description.

Queenston, 24th May, 1827.

By Public Auction.

Will be sold, on Monday 2nd July next, at Kingston, as she now lays at the wharf, the Steam Boat


with her Anchors, Chain Cables, Rigging, etc. Also the Engine of 50 horse power, manufactured by Messrs. Watt & Boulton.

Sale to take place on board at 10 o'clock A.M.

For any further information application to be made to Mr. Strange, Kingston or to Jno.. Hamilton, Queenston. May 25th, 1827.

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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 25, 1827