The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 25, 1834

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p.2 - a canal needed at Carrying Place, should have been built 20 years ago. [Cobourg Reformer]

The steamboats United States and William Avery ran foul of each other last night, while one was coming out of, and the other going into, the harbour of French Creek. We are informed that the former had the forward part of her promenade deck carried away, and the latter her bowsprit broken, and otherwise injured. We have not heard whether any fault is attributable or not.

Steam Packet St. George, Lieut. Harper, R.N., Commander - will leave Kingston for Toronto and Niagara every Wednesday during the remainder of the Season. Kingston, Oct. 25th, 1834.

Notice - The Stockholders of the Steam Packet St. George are requested to meet on board the Boat, on Monday the 1st December next at noon, on particular business of the boat.

David John Smith.

Kingston, 24th Oct., 1834.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 25, 1834