The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), June 24, 1841

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p.3 Lake Shipping - A new three masted schooner, the Juno, recently built at Brockville by Messrs. Sanderson & Murray, has made her appearance in our harbour. We have now two vessels of this build engaged in the lake trade.

A schooner of 175 tons burthen was recently launched from the ship-yard of Calvin, Cook and Counter, named the Minerva Cook. She was perfectly ready for sea, and sailed up and down the harbour in gallant style. Nine vessels are now owned and engaged in the Lumber trade by this enterprising Company, five of which have been built at their own shipyard. [News]

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Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), June 24, 1841