The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), March 2, 1842

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p.2 Lake Ontario - depths. [R. Bonnycastle's Canada in 1841]

p.3 Prosperity of the Town of Niagara - The Niagara Chronicle of the 24th ult., informs us that few Towns in the Province have improved in a greater ratio within the last two or three years, than Niagara, and that the approacing season will probably be one of the busiest ever known. The Dock Company is in full and active operation. Two new steamers of the first class are to be laid down forthwith - one for Capt. Richardson, and the other for Donald Bethune, Esq.

The steamer Express, being in complete repair, will commence her trips between Oswego and Kingston, immediately on the opening of the Harbour at Kingston. She will leave Oswego every morning and Kingston every evening as last season.

Fitzhugh & Co., Bronson & Crocker.

March 1st, 1842.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), March 2, 1842