The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 27, 1835

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p.2 Penetanguishine, June 7, 1835.

The Steam Boat Penetanguishine returned this day, from her first trip to Sault Ste. Marie, Michilimackinac, and St. Joseph's, on which Island they left the first settlers. The whole party speak in raptures of the beauty of the scenery among the islands on the north coast of Lake Huron, on the Lake St. George, and the river St. Marie, which cannot be surpassed on the globe....

The Penetanguishene will commence her second trip next month to the above mentioned places, leaving Cold Water on Tuesday, the 14th July. [Toronto Recorder]

Engineer J.B. Mills has completed plans for bringing waters of Loughborough Lake by canal to Kingston to run machinery for water privileges.



June 26th - Bytown, Capt. Robins, with merchandise and passengers, and having the Barge Elegant in tow (list of consignees).


June 23rd - Rideau, Capt. Bowen, with Barges Mary, Emigrant and Bytown & Kingston Packet in tow (list of consignees).

The Company's new Steamboat Nonsuch is expected tomorrow with a cargo of merchandise.

p.3 Public Meeting - to be held to discuss Engineer Mill's plans for supplying Kingston with water by canal.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 27, 1835