The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), March 9, 1819

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p.3 (Vol. 1 No. 1) The Weather, this Winter has been most inauspicious...The crossing of the St. Lawrence between Kingston and Gravelly point has been difficult and dangerous.

Statutes of Upper Canada - An Act to regulate the Trade by Land and Inland Navigation, between this Province and the U.S. of America passed Nov. 27, 1818.

York - Feb. 25th - Early Navigation - The Schooner Mary Ann, J. Mosier arrived here on Monday the 22d instant with passengers from Niagara, being probably the first instance of the lake being navigated at so early a period of the year. The season has however been so very mild as to make the navigation practicable and safe almost every day since the commencement of the winter, between Niagara and this port, and indeed it is said even to Kingston.

p.4 For Sale - A Small Sloop, of about ten tons burthen. For particulars, enquire at the Herald Office. March 19th, 1819

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Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), March 9, 1819