The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Feb. 26, 1840

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p.3 Forwarding - We beg leave to call public attention to the advertisement of the "Oswego Line of Boats," which will be found in another column. The Oswego River and Harbour have for some time been open, and a heavy business is expected with that port during the approaching season.


Oswego Line of Lake Boats.

The proprietors of the above line will, during the season, run a Daily Line of Lake Boats, between New York and Oswego, direct, without transhipment at Albany, in connection with a line of substantial Schooners, plying between Oswego and the various ports on the Upper Lakes, and the Steam Boat Oneida & the new steamer St. Lawrence, on Lake Ontario, affording a conveyance for freight, three times a week, each way, between Lewiston, Oswego, Sackett's Harbor, Kingston & Ogdensburgh, and intermediate ports, offering great facilities for speedy transportation by Steam Boats on the Lake and St. Lawrence.

Goods insured from New York to Oswego, but no farther, except by special contract.

Refer to

Hooker & Henderson, Kingston

A. McDonald, Toronto

Mathie, Easton, & Co., Brockville

Elias Trowbridge, Port Ontario

Baker & Redfield, Sackets Harbor

O.P. Starkie & Co., Cape Vincent

J.W. Fuller & Co., Alexandria

White & Hooker, Morristown

E.B. Allen, Ogdensburgh

Gardner Warren, Hamilton

J.A. Bell & Co., Dexter

A. Lane, Youngstown

R.L. Hurd, Lewiston

I. Fellows, Cleveland

Fleeharty & Co., Huron

Barber & Barney, Sandusky

Hollister & Co., Maumee

F. Bissell, Toledo

Grey, Galagher & Co., Detroit

J.S. Wright, Chicago

David Guitran, Utica

Fitzhugh & Co., Oswego.

W.H. Van Dewater on the Pier, foot of State St., Albany

R.J. Van Dewater, 100 Broad St., N.Y.

Agents and Proprietors.

Notice - The Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Steam Boat Brockville will be held at Kingston, on Monday the 2nd day of March next. A full attendance is particularly requested.

Kingston, 26th February, 1840.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Feb. 26, 1840