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Cobourg Star (Cobourg, ON), Aug. 2, 1837 
TextNewspapers    The new Steam Boat, Sir Robert Peel, arrived here Friday morning last from Oswego, on her first trip up the Lake, and returned by the same route on Monday evening. She is of altogether novel construction, being built for speed, of remarkable length and narrow in the beam so as to draw but little...
Cobourg Star (Cobourg, ON), Wednesday, December 21, 1836 
TextNewspapers    STEAM BOAT CANADA. ---As this boat was entering our harbor on Friday night, from Kingston, the wind blowing a gale at the time, she was driven on the east shore where she grounded so firmly that it was impossible to get her off. The high winds that have prevailed since that time have wore her...
Cobourg Star (Cobourg, ON), Wednesday, June 22, 1836 
TextNewspapers    SCHOONER SUNK. ---During the night of Tuesday last, the GREAT BRITAIN in her passage up to Kingston, had the mishap to run foul of the schooner MARGARET MILLER, of Hillier, fully loaded with wheat, off Oak Point, and sunk her---crew saved.--------Kingston Whig ...
Cobourg Star (Cobourg, ON), Wednesday, November 25, 1835 
TextNewspapers  Cobourg Star (Cobourg, ON), Wednesday, November 25, 1835,   The BIRMINGHAM, late the UNITED KINGDOM steam boat, was driven from her moorings at Oswego, and struck the shoals. She was only partly laden at the time, having on board 100 barrels of salt and about 15 tons of merchandise. ...
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