The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 27, 1836


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p.2 an editorial on the Welland Canal; it was mostly people from out of province who subscribed and who have no say while the people in U.C. who benefit most. [Montreal Gazette]

We understand that £1250 have already been subscribed for the construction of a Marine Railway in our Town, and that the whole amount of stock will be immediately taken up. [Prescott Herald]

p.3

NOTICE.

The Subscribers to the Kingston Marine Railway are requested to pay into the hands of the Treasurer, the first instalment of five pounds each, on or before Tuesday the 26th day of October next.

By Order,

J. COUNTER, Treasurer.

Kingston, 26th Sept., 1836.

NOTICE.

The Subscription List to the Kingston Marine Rail Way is left at the Commercial Bank for fifteen days from this date, to give persons inclined to become Stockholders an opportunity of adding their names thereto.

By Order,

DAVID JOHN SMITH, Secretary.

Kingston, 26th Sept., 1836.

NOTICE.

The Steamer

QUEENSTON,

Captain John Ives,

Will, from the 1st of October next, till the close of the navigation, run daily from Kington to Oswego, leaving Kingston at 7 in the evening, and Oswego at 7 in the morning.

The Queenston is known to be one of the safest and best sea vessels now on these waters. She is well furnished, and her accommodations are comfortable.

For Freight or Passage, apply to Trowbridge & Grant, at Oswego, and to Truax & Phillips at Kingston.

Kingston, Sept. 24th, 1836.


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Date of Original:
Sept. 27, 1836
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KN.3235
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Sept. 27, 1836