The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), May 3, 1836

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p.2 Schedule of Titles of Bills - Passed during the 2nd Session, 12th Parliament, 6th William 4th, 1836

- An Act to incorporate sundry persons under the style and title of the Gananoque & Wiltsie Nav. Co.

- An Act for the Preservation of the Fishery in Burlington Bay.

- An Act to alter and amend an act concerning the Rideau Canal.

- An Act to amend the charter of the Port Hope harbour and wharf Co.



A BEAUTIFUL SCHOONER four years old, about 130 tons burthen.

On Tuesday the 10th May, proximo, will be sold without reserve, the Schooner


well suited for Lumber, or any other business on this Lake, or Lake Erie. She is well rigged, and in complete sailing order.

Also one new Scow, decked over, and of the largest class.

The above property must positively be sold without reserve, as it is to close a partnership concern.

The sale will take place at Mr. Ives' wharf at 12 o'clock, noon precisely.

Terms of Sale, one third Cash, and the remainder in 6 and 12 months, by furnishing approved endorsed notes.

R. JACKSON, Auctioneer.

Kingston, April 27, 1836.


The Subscriber, having been engaged in the above business for nearly Thirteen Years, wishes respectfully to inform his friends and the public, that he continues at his old stand known by the name of Maguire's Wharf, where he will be at all times ready to receive such property as may be entrusted to his care; and he has determined that all Steam Boats shall lie at his wharf free of wharfage.

N.B. Steam Boats may be supplied with Wood on the lowest terms.


Kingston, 27th April, 1836.

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Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), May 3, 1836