Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Jan. 22, 1839
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p.2 First Arrival at this port 1839 - The steam boat Traveller arrived here last evening from Toronto, with a detachment of Colonel Baldwin's Battalion...[Niagara Chronicle]
Lieut. J.B. Clarke, Royal Navy, after a residence of nearly twenty years in Canada, is of necessity obliged to return to England on Public and Private affairs.
He therefore requests all those to whom he may be indebted to present their accounts before Monday the 28th January, 1839, and all those who are indebted to him, will find their accounts in the hands of William Bayard Smith, for suit without delay.
His Sale of Household Furniture will take place on Saturday the 26th January, for Cash only.
J.B. CLARKE, LIEUT. R.N.
Kingston, Jan. 22nd, 1838
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