The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 2, 1845

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p.2 About nine or ten members reached Kingston yesterday afternoon from Montreal, in the little steamer Lady of the Lake, hired by them at Prescott. They left Montreal on Saturday and reached Prescott on Monday, and left for Kingston, but in consequence of the strong gale on Monday evening, went into French Creek, where they spent the night and arrived at Kingston at 4 o'clock.

Canal Tolls - from new Board of Works Act - charts giving costs.

Funeral of James Henderson [Montreal Gazette]

p.3 Notice - The steamer Canada, Capt. Lawless, will, until further notice, leave Kingston for Prescott Daily, at 9 a.m., touching at Gananoque, Brockville, and Maitland: commencing on Wednesday the 2nd inst.

Wm. Meneilley, Agent.

Steam Boat Office, Kingston, 1st April, 1845.


Will be sold at public sale, on the premises, at Molson's Wharf, on Monday, 7th March (sic) inst.

The Schooner Cataraqui,

capable of carrying 950 barrels of flour, or 7,000 staves. The Cataraqui is in good sailing trim, with new Mainsail, Standing and flying jibs etc., and if the purchaser pleases, will receive full employment during the season from Messrs. Calvin, Cook & Co. Terms made known at Sale.

Sale at 12 o'clock, noon.

Kingston, 2nd April, 1845 J. Linton, A. & B.

(issues missing until April 16th)

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 2, 1845