The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Argus (Kingston, ON), Nov. 12, 1850

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p.2 Improvements of the Navigation of the St. Lawrence - from the [St. Catherines Journal] - a "staunch advocate of the free trade policy of Mr. Merritt."

p.3 Copper to England - Yesterday the Minesota passed down the Canal, with 300 tons of copper ore, from the Bruce Mines, on Lake Huron, for Swansea. [St. Catherines Journal]

Launch - Messrs. Davy & Brothers' new Steamboat to be called the Bay of Quinte, will be launched at Bath, on Thursday 14th inst. She has been built expressly for the Bay; and a more perfect model is rarely to be met with. The highest praise is due to Mr. Beaupre, the Ship Carpenter, by whom she was built. Her dimensions are as follows: 160 feet keel; 26 feet beam; 8 1/2 feet depth of hold.

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Argus (Kingston, ON), Nov. 12, 1850