The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Patriot & Farmer's Monitor (Toronto, ON), Dec. 7, 1832

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p.4 Ship Chandlery, Watkins & Harris, sign of the Anvil and Sledge, King Street, York.

ad for Steam Engines - 2 for sale from Watkins & Harris, 15 and 35 horse power; apply to John Watkins, Kingston.

Schooners For Sale - The Schooner Red Rover built in July 1829, of 50 tons Burthen, capable of carrying in her Hold 2000 bushels of Wheat; complete, as she lies in the Port of York, with all her rigging, Sails, Anchors, Chain-cables, Cambouses, etc., etc. Also: complete as she now lies at Port Windsor, Whitby, the Schooner John Watkins, built in July 1831. She is about 75 Tons Burthen, is capable of carrying in her Hold 3000 Bushels of Wheat, draws only 7 feet water loaded, and is perfect in her materials as above mentioned. The above Schooners are in all respects well found, and in the most ample state of equipment; they are built of the best materials, and fitted for hard service, and durability without regard to expense, as far as necessary to render them adequate to the business.

For particulars apply to Captain Thew, Port Windsor, Whitby; John Watkins, Esq. Kingston, or the undersigned at York.

Watkins & Harris York, December 1st, 1832.

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Patriot & Farmer's Monitor (Toronto, ON), Dec. 7, 1832