The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 10, 1842

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p.3 The Steamer Oneida - Immediately after the recent gale on the lakes, reports were circulated abroad that the steamboat Oneida was lost on Stoney Point. This story is without foundation in truth. She made her trip without the least difficulty, and returned safely to this port, where she has been laid up by her owners, in good order, and "well conditioned." It gives us pleasure to state that she has performed all her trips with the utmost punctuality, and richly merits the patronage and confidence uniformly bestowed upon her by the public, and which no doubt will be continued while under her present skillful commander, Capt. Childs, who is, we understand, to command the Oneida the ensuing season. [Ogdensburg Republican]

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 10, 1842