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Folk Stories of the Northern Border Electronic Resource

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Folk Stories of the Northern Border Electronic Resource
Frank D Rogers
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The established rate of passage across the Lake was then two guineas in the cabin, and one guinea in the steerage, in cluding board. Freight was 36 shillings Sterling per ton, or nearly as much as then charged across the Atlantic.
Down the St. Lawrence, 1818.
John M. Duncan in 1818 descended the St. Lawrence, and recorded his observations. Another day or two might have been agreeably spent here, [at Kingston, ] but October was closing upon me, and I feared that frost might set in, which would m
...ake traveling both difficult and disagreeable. It was, therefore, with pleasure that I learned that some bateaux were to go down the river the following morning, and I did not fail to be at the water side in time to secure a passage by them. * * * The Durham boats of the St. Lawrence are similar to those on the Mohawk. In smooth water they use a sail or oars, but are forced up the rapids by incessant and laborious exertions with the pole. They are generally navigated by natives of the United States.

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