The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 10, 1834

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p.2 At a public meeting held at the Inn of David M. Hopkins, on Saturday the 27th of September last, pursuant to public advertisement, Charles Sailor was called to the Chair, and Thomas Nash appointed secretary. It was resolved that Norman Ballard, Thomas Moore, Adam Hubbs, Charles Sailor and Calvin Pier do form a committee to enquire in the amount required for cleaning out the Bay; and also to wait upon the Rev. Wm. Macaulay and Simeon Washburn Esq. to know whether they will each grant a lot of 60 feet frontage, bordering on the channel, with a road leading thereto, for the purpose of making a wharf for the benefit of the public; and that the said committee do report to a future meeting. The meeting was then adjourned to Saturday the 18th of October next, at the same place. [Hallowell Free Press]

more on Welland Canal land tax. [Montreal Daily Advert.]

A Card - Dr. Holmes has relinquished his appointment as Surgeon to the St. George steamboat and will set up practice in Kingston.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 10, 1834