The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 28, 1841

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p.2 The Steamer Transit, Capt. Richardson, plies almost daily between Rochester and Kingston, which greatly facilitates the means of communication between the two Ports.

p.3 Although but ten days have elapsed since the ice left our harbour, yet during that time a fleet of from 40 to 50 first class Lake Schooners have arrived in port all deeply laden, principally with flour. A number of Barges have been already despatched by our Forwarders, with Flour, produce, etc., for Montreal via the St. Lawrence. On the opening of the Welland Canal, the down freight business will be greatly increased.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 28, 1841