The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), June 13, 1843

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p.2 St. Lawrence Canal Embankment - gave way opposite Cornwall and near Milleroches; to take about three weeks to repair. [Cornwall Observer]

Welland Canal - Quebec Board of Trade requests that locks be the same length as ones on St. Lawrence. [Quebec Gazette]

p.3 The steam schooner London, advertised for sale in our columns, is lying at the Foundry Wharf, under the care of Messrs. Thirkell and Masson. On the morning of the 3d instant a man named Roderick cut away about 7 feet of a brass tube on board the schooner, and was making off with it, when he was discovered by the ( ) at the public offices, and handed over to police.

Storage - Mr. Wm. Thirkell, having engaged those immense storehouses belonging to Mr. Garratt, Esq., lately occupied by Messrs. Ferguson & McGibbon, persons requiring storage, etc. in Kingston, will be accommodated by him on the most favorable terms. The extent of the stores may be imagined by the fact that they are capable of containing about 30,000 barrels of flour, and they are in one of the best locations for vessels unloading or receiving cargoes.

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Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), June 13, 1843