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  • Barrie Magnet (Barrie, ON), October 22, 1847
        Descriptive of a Journey to the North Shore of lake Huron... I left you I believe on our arrival at Manitoulin where having our own frail craft hauled on board the Gore we found ourselves in the space of ten minutes pacing to and fro on the upper deck of ...
      Descriptive of a Journey to the North Shore of lake Huron... I ...
  • Barrie Magnet (Barrie, ON), Friday July 21, 1848
        Capt. Laughton is one of the two proprietors of the steamer Gore and has done more than any other one else to open this new route to the Sault in connecting the two lakes by road from Orillia to Sturgeon Bay in putting these boats in order to build up ...
      Capt. Laughton is one of the two proprietors of the steamer Gore ...
  • Barrie Magnet (Barrie, ON), Friday June 30, 1848
        LAKE HURONNEW ARRANGEMENTS FOR JULY AND AUGUSTWEEKLY TRIPSTHE STEAMER "GORE"Will for the months of July & Aug., 1848Leave Sturgeon Bay every Tuesday, Morningat four o'clock for Owen Sound, Manitoulin. St. Joseph's, ...
      LAKE HURONNEW ARRANGEMENTS FOR JULY AND AUGUSTWEEKLY TRIPSTHE STEAMER "GORE"Will for the ...
  • Barrie Magnet (Barrie, ON), Friday June 16, 1848
        LAKE STEAMERS The steamers of war on the lakes are...The Mohawk two mediums, 25 men, 60 horse power and 190 tons... Lieut. Tyssen the Mohawk on Lake Huron...
      LAKE STEAMERS The steamers of war on the lakes are...The Mohawk two ...
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