The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 30, 1829

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p.2 Ports of Entry - Penetanguishene and Goderich declared Ports of Entry. [Loyalist]

Improvements of the Rideau - mentions village of Colborne, formerly known as Merrick's Mills; also mentions Village of Oxford, Olmstead's, and Kemptville. [Brockville Gazette]



The Steam Boat Toronto, James Sinclair, Master, will leave Prescott for Kingston every Monday morning at 7 o'clock; leave Kingston for the Carrying Place every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 8 o'clock, touching at Bath, Adolphustown, Hallowell, Sophiasburgh, Bellville and the River Trent; and leave the Carrying Place for Kingston every Wednesday and Friday morning at 6 o'clock, touching at the intermediate places; and leave Kingston for Prescott every Saturday morning at 8 o'clock, touching at Gananoque and Brockville.

Passengers are requested to be on board at the hours mentioned, as the Boat will always leave ten minutes after that time.

The Captain begs to inform the Public, that the FARE on board the Toronto is REDUCED, and that every attention will be paid to the comfort of Passengers.

N.B. - The Captain will not be responsible for any Goods that may be lost or mislaid, unless notice is given of such loss at the time, or on the return of the Boat.

Kingston, 12th May, 1829.

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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), May 30, 1829