The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), May 31, 1843

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p.3 Something Novel - An iron steamer propelled by a screw placed in her bow has travelled from New York through the Hudson, Whichnall Canal and Lake Champlain to St. Johns. [Montreal Herald]

There has been a great reduction in the naval establishment at this port, and a number of officers and seamen were sent off last Saturday. Their departure was so sudden that one of the men who has a sum of money in the Savings Bank could not come to draw it out. Capt. Sandom will shortly leave for England, and the Establishment will be reduced to a Lieutenant and compliment of men; Mr. Marks having charge of the stores. [Herald]

Loss of the Queen and Sydenham [Montreal Transcript May 27th quoting Montreal Times]

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), May 31, 1843