|Wednesday, October 6, 1852||The Examiner (Toronto)||Page 3, col. 1|
Toronto and Kingston Railway.—A very important meeting has held last week, in Kingston, for the purpose of giving expression to the public mind in reference to the location of the proposed line of Railroad between Kingston and Toronto. An almost unanimous express of opinion was elicited in favour of the route through the interior; the little opposition which was brought against this decision only serving to show more distinctly the superior advantages of the inland communication. A committee was appointed to draft an address (to the Executive we presume,) and to take such other steps as might be considered advisable towards a successful issue of the object contemplated.
Railways: T. & K.Ry.