The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 3, 1830

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p.1 Prosecutions Against Rideau Canal Contractors - James Phillips vs. Mackay & Redpath concerning people owning property along the Rideau. (3 columns) [Brockville Gazette]

p.2 Opening of the Navigation - The steamboat Niagara touched at this place on Thursday last, on her route from Prescott to York and Niagara - and the Queenston, we learn, passed up by the American channel on Wednesday.

The ice still lingers in our harbour, but looks so much exhausted that a final dissolution must soon take place. The Alciope, Capt. McKenzie, having undergone a thorough repair, will leave this port for York and Niagara early next week. The Sir James Kempt and Toronto will open the campaign immediately and ply as usual between the head of the Bay of Quinte and Prescott.

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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 3, 1830