The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 29, 1842

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p.2 Yesterday morning as the Royal Mail Steamer Niagara was on her downward trip from Toronto to Kingston, and during an exceedingly dense fog, she went on a rock near the Light House, at the Nine Mile Point. The steamers St. George and Brockville went to her assistance yesterday. She was taken off the rock this morning by the Royal M. Steamer City of Toronto on her way downward. We are happy to learn that the Niagara has not received any material damage from the accident.

About one o'clock this afternoon the splendid steamer Lady of the Lake, Capt. Taylor, arrived at this port from Oswego, with a very ( ) pleasure party from the latter place, Utica, ( ) . This fine Steamer has been built for the route between Ogdensburgh and Lewiston.

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Rick Neilson
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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 29, 1842