The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 27, 1836

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p.1 account of unpleasant journey on canal boat from Buffalo to Rochester on the Erie Canal.

p.2 Extract from speech by Judge Turrill, Member of Congress for County of Oswego, refers to harbor and canal improvements and the effect on trade. (2 1/2 columns)

Atrocious Outrage - more on abuses on Erie canal. [Lockport Balace of July 6th]


For Sale.

The Sloop John Marks, Burthen about 50 Tons, Copper fastened, with Rigging, etc. complete, having received a thorough repair on Mr. McIntyre's Railway, warrants her now in perfect order for immediate business.

Kingston, 27th July, 1836. James Morton.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 27, 1836