The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), March 15, 1845

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p.2 The Steamer America arrived here on Thursday evening about 6 o'clock from Cobourg and Toronto, having passed through a large field of ice in most beautiful style ere she reached the Wharf. We do not remember that any steamboat has ever before entered the Port of Kingston at so early a period in the season.

The America started about 10 o'clock on Thursday night for Rochester, Cobourg and Toronto.

Sudden change in weather clears harbour of ice.



Notice is hereby given, that the Lachine Canal will be opened to the trade on Thursday, the 1st day of May next, and that for the purpose of constructing the necessary Works of Enlargement, etc., the water will be drawn off, and the Canal closed, on and from Friday, the first day of August, until Monday, the 15th day of September next.

Board of Works, Montreal, 8th March, 1845.

Just Received and For Sale - A few barrels of prime Ontario salmon trout, and Huron White Fish. Well preserved, and good order. W.J. Martin, Corner of Market Square, 13th March.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), March 15, 1845