The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 16, 1837


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p.2 D. Thompson, surveyor, returned from exploring between Lake Huron and the Ottawa River, thinks a navigable route is practicable but expensive. [Bytown Gazette]

Ottawa and Lake Huron Route [Chronicle]

The Kingston Marine Railway - list of vessels repaired; John McIntyre took out a patent at Toronto in March 1836. [Chronicle]

p.3

OTTAWA AND RIDEAU COMPANY.

Arrivals from Bytown.

Oct. 28th - The barges Dolphin and Emigrant, with full ladings of merchandize. Consignees omitted for want of room.

Oct. 29th - The barges Jane and Oswego, with full ladings of merchandize. Consignees omitted for want of room.

Nov. 4 - The barges Travfeller and Constitution, with full ladings of merchandize. Consignees omitted for want of room.

Nov. 8 - The barge Mayflower, and bateau Boyu. Consignees omitted for want of room.

Nov. 10 - The steamboat Cataraqui, Drummond, with barge Clara Fisher in tow (consignees listed.)

Nov. 11 - The steamer Margaret, Ballentyne, with barge to Perth.

Nov. 14 - The steamer Rideau, Hunter, with barges Iroquois and Trader in tow (consignees listed.)

Notice - The Desjardins Canal Co. have a warehouse near the Canal Basin, charges are 1/2 of those in Hamilton. John Dickie, Secretary. 25th October, 1837.

Notice - to stockholders in Desjardins Canal Co. to exchange receipts for script. 25th Oct., 1837.


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Newspaper
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Date of Original:
Nov. 16, 1837
Local identifier:
KN.5003
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 16, 1837