The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Feb. 7, 1835

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p.2 Ship Canal - proposed from Oswego to Utica. [Utica Observer]

Niagara Canal - discussed in House of Representatives. [Oswego Palladium]

The Steamboat Daniel Webster was partially burnt on the night of the11th inst. whilst lying at the wharf in Buffalo. The hull, engine and furniture was saved with but little damage; and the whole loss is computed at from 8 to $12,000. No insurance. She is to be immediately repaired with improvements and will probably be ready by the opening of navigation. The fire was the work of an incendiary. [Oswego Palladium]



Richard H. Smithers, Boat Builder, from Dover in Kent, late of His Majesty's Dock Yard, Kingston, now on Long Island, near Ferguson's Point, begs leave to inform the Inhabitants of Kingston, and its vicinity, that he intends carrying on his former business of

Boat Building

in all its branches, viz: Galleys, gigs, Deaths, Skiffs, Jolly Boats, Cutters, or any other Boat that may be required.

Oars, Masts, and Tillers made to order, or any work in the Boat Building line.

For particulars apply to Mr. John Lance, sign of the Crown and Anchor, Market Place, Kingston.

February 6th, 1835.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Feb. 7, 1835