The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 3, 1834

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p.3 The Government Gazette of the 29th has a proclamation that divides the Rideau Canal into 3 divisions for charging of duties on timber.

Distressing Accident - a boat sailing off Point Frederick upsets and 1 man drowns.

the Whig was correct in saying that Mr. Yarker's goods arrived in 5 days from Montreal.


Whereas Letters Patent, for the exclusive navigation of all the waters within the Province and boundaries of Upper Canada, have been granted by His Excellency Sir John Colborne, to the subscriber for his new invented plan of building Steam Boats, he therefore forbids all persons infringing on the rights of the said patent.

Prescott, 26th May, 1834. NATHAN SANFORD.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 3, 1834