The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Aug. 31, 1837

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p.3 Found - A Yawl Boat with sundry articles on board, supposed to belong to a vessel. The owner can have it by proving property and paying the expenses. Enquire of Wm. Davis or at this office.

Kingston, 1st Sept., 1837.



Beg leave to inform the public that they have erected a most commodious New Wharf at the foot of Store Street, on the south side, being the most central and convenient in Kingston, where most of the Steam-boats stop, and directly below the Commercial Hotel. Those who wish to store property, or dispose of it by consignment may rely on the utmost attention of the Subscribers to give satisfaction for all orders they may be favored with in the above line of business.

N.B. - For the accommodation of travellers, there will be a Room fitted up, for the reception of Baggage.

Kingston, 4th May, 1837.

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Kingston Spectator (Kingston, ON), Aug. 31, 1837