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  • Niagara River
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 4 Mar 1825, p. 1     Niagara River.--The weather was so cold a few days since, on the western frontier, that the Niagara river was frozen over, and from the storage of the water by the ice, the river rose from nine to twelve feet. The cakes of ice on the third day, were from 30 ...
    New York Spectator (New York, NY), 4 Mar 1825, p. 1   Niagara River.--The weather was so cold a few days since, on the ...
  • Steam-Boat Queenston
    Rochester Telegraph (Rochester, NY), 28 May 1827, p. 3     Canadian Steam-Boat Notice ON Lake Ontario. The Publick are informed that the STEAM-BOAT QUEENSTON CAPT. JOSEPH WHITNEY, Has commenced making her regular trips, and will, during the summer, leave the different Ports as ...
    Rochester Telegraph (Rochester, NY), 28 May 1827, p. 3   Canadian Steam-Boat Notice ON Lake Ontario. The Publick are informed that the ...
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