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  • The Canals
    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Journal (Syracuse, NY), 26 Apr 1852    

    The Canals. The Oneida Lake is still blockaded by ice, and boats from the east bound for Oswego will be obliged to come by way of this city for the present.

    Business at this point started rather sluggishly, owing to the insufficiency of water. UP to 6 o'clock last evening ...

    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Journal (Syracuse, NY), 26 Apr 1852  

    The Canals. The Oneida Lake is still blockaded by ice, and boats from the east bound for Oswego will be obliged to come by way of this city for the ...

  • Canal Tolls
    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Journal (Syracuse, NY), 30 Apr 1852    

    Canal Tolls. The amount of Canal tolls received at the Collector's office in this city during the first ten days of navigation, ending the month of April, the present year is $4,462.64. During the corresponding period last year, the amount received was $5,346.33 exceeding the present ...

    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Journal (Syracuse, NY), 30 Apr 1852  

    Canal Tolls. The amount of Canal tolls received at the Collector's office in this city during the first ten days of navigation, ending the month of April, the present year ...

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