The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 20, 1836


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p.1 The Isles of the St. Lawrence - described. [Willis's Inklings]

p.2 Survey of Lake St. Louis completed - also mentions other survey work of Thompson for Boundary Commission and Bayfield's work. [Montreal Gazette]

Survey of Canals in St. Lawrence to be made. [ibid]

p.3

FOR SALE.

On Saturday the 24th September inst. at noon, that highly finished, sound, substantial VESSEL, well known as the BULLFROG Yacht, now "the Constitutional Reformer Cutter," of 72 tons burthen, built of the best seasoned oak in 1833, having undergone great alterations and improvements, and being now ready for sea; is well adapted for the flour or stave trade, being capable of carrying 3,636 bushels of wheat, or 720 barrels of flour under hatches.

J.B. CLARKE.

Kingston, U.C. Sept. 17th, 1836.

p.3

FOR SALE.

The Dalhousie's Engine, 20 horse power. The Engine is well known as being one of the best in Canada of its size; it is now in perfect order, excepting the Boilers, which require some repair. Also, For Sale,

The Boat Iroquois; this Boat, by being shortened, could be exactly suited to the Rideau Canal trade. Terms of payment will be made easy on good security.

MACPHERSON & CRANE.

Prescott Sept 19th, 1836.


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Date of Original:
Sept. 20, 1836
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KN.3234
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English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 20, 1836