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  • Rochester Daily Democrat (Rochester, NY), July 24, 1841
        Lake Route- We don't believe any tourist or man of business can gain anything in getting from Syracuse to Niagara, by going around Western New York, especially since the Auburn and Rochester Railroad now brings us within six or seven hours of the village of Salt and Big State ...
      Lake Route- We don't believe any tourist or man of business can ...
  • Rochester Daily Democrat (Rochester, NY), Thursday Oct. 7,1841
        Probable shipwreck and loss of life on Lake Ontario. Charlotte, Oct. 6,1841. Gent.- The severe gale of the 27th has no doubt been more severe on the Lake than was supposed. The late northerly winds have driven ashore at and near the mouth of the Genesee river fragments of ...
      Probable shipwreck and loss of life on Lake Ontario. Charlotte, Oct. 6,1841. ...
  • Rochester Daily Democrat (Rochester, NY), Wed. Sept. 29,1841
        Lake Disaster- The schr. Neekick, of Port Ontario, from Cleveland, foundered at the Cobourg wharf during the gale on Sunday-no persons lost. The steamboat City of Toronto, on her upward passage, encountered tremendous swells, and had her jolly boat washed away. Captain Kerr, of the ...
      Lake Disaster- The schr. Neekick, of Port Ontario, from Cleveland, foundered at ...
  • Rochester Daily Democrat (Rochester, NY), Tues., Oct. 22, 1844
        The following Card of Thanks is deserved. The management of the boat, during the storm, was admirable. The escape was truly providential: Rochester, Oct. 19, 1844. We, the undersigned, being ...
      The following Card of Thanks is deserved. The management of the boat, ...
  • Rochester Daily Democrat (Rochester, NY), Mon., Mon., Oct. 21, 1844
        LAKE ONTARIO. - The late gale, so far as we have been able to learn, has not been attended with any disastrous consequences on Lake Ontario. The steamer Rochester, <name reg="Throop, H. N." ...
      LAKE ONTARIO. - The late gale, so far as we have been ...
  • For Kingston
    Rochester Daily Democrat (Rochester, NY), 17 Apr 1847, p. 2     FOR KINGSTON-- The Kingston Harbor is clear of ice, and the Propeller "Ontario" will leave for that port at three o'clock this afternoon...
    Rochester Daily Democrat (Rochester, NY), 17 Apr 1847, p. 2   FOR KINGSTON-- The Kingston Harbor is clear of ice, and the Propeller ...
  • Rochester Daily Democrat (Rochester, NY), Thursday, April 20, 1848
        Loss of the Steamer Niagara The splendid Steamer Niagara, Capt. R.F. Childs, was wrecked near the mouth of the Genesee River, on Tuesday evening, in one of the hardest gales for a long time experienced on Lake Ontario. She lost her rudder about three o'clock P.M. of Tuesday, when ...
      Loss of the Steamer Niagara The splendid Steamer Niagara, Capt. R.F. Childs, ...
  • First Arrival From Chicago
    Rochester Daily Democrat (Rochester, NY), 8 May 1848, p. 2, column 1     FIRST ARRIVAL FROM CHICAGO.-- The Propeller Ontario, which left here on the 12th of April, for Chicago, was in the gale of Tuesday night, on Lake Erie, when some fifteen vessels were driven ashore. She was also in the severe gale which followed, on Lake Michigan.--Notwithstanding these adverse ...
    Rochester Daily Democrat (Rochester, NY), 8 May 1848, p. 2, column 1   FIRST ARRIVAL FROM CHICAGO.-- The Propeller Ontario, which left here on the ...
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