Kingston Gazette and Religious Advocate (Kingston, ON), Jan. 2, 1829
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1829 KINGSTON GAZETTE AND RELIGIOUS ADVOCATE
(from originals at Ontario Archives and Queen's University - Special Collections, unless otherwise noted)
p.276 Launched from the Beach near this Office on the 15th instant, a handsome schooner owned by Mr. Wm. Moffatt - Mr. Richard Trevellick architect. She will carry something less than fifty tons. She glided into her destined element very gracefully. [Gleaner]
new route for feeder at Welland Canal. [Farmer's Journal]
Died - at Niagara, Evan Richards, an aged Seaman well-known upon these Lakes.
- at Black Rock, Capt. James Rough, 67 years old, was the oldest navigator on the upper lakes, having commanded a vessel since 1790, until within a few years.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes