The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Jan. 18, 1844

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p.1 Distress on the Lachine Canal - workers unemployed because the contracts were not given out. [Montreal Times]

p.3 For Sale - The fast sailing Schooner Mariner, with her Masts, Rigging and Sails, complete, now lying at Vireff's wharf, Windsor. - Burthen 135 tons. The Mariner underwent a thorough repair in 1842, and has been in the employment of the Government for three years.

For terms, etc., apply to T. Parke & Co., Amherstburg,

J. & J. Dougall, Windsor,

Or to the owner, Capt. Gaskin, Kingston.

Jan. 18th, 1844.

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Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Jan. 18, 1844