The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 10, 1845

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(original at Queens University Special Collections)

p.2 We are requested to state that as the Beauharnois Canal - which was to have been ready by the 1st instant - will not be opened to the public until some time in October next, the project of establishing a line of steam tug boats between Kingston and Lachine to commence the 15th inst., will have to be abandoned this autumn.

As it is uncertain when that canal will be ready for use, even in October next, it would only lead to disappointment to name a day this autumn when the proposed line could be put on the route. [Toronto Patriot]

p.3 Dissolution of Co-Partnership - firm of Bog, Dickson & Co. in Kingston and Dickson, Johnson & Co. at Montreal, Forwarders, now dissolved.

(issues missing until Oct. 11th)

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 10, 1845