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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Aug. 4, 1847

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p.2 Excursion of Board of Health - on steamer Unicorn to Knapps Pt., Fort Henry reserve and Garden Island; John H. Greer provided boat.

The Pic Nic - of Victoria Fire Company to Oak Pt.; thanks to Capt. Platt and to John H. Greer who provided the boat free of charge. [Chronicle]


Lachine, July 28th, 1847.

We, the Undersigned, Passengers on the British Mail Steamer HENRY GILDERSLEEVE, F. Mawwell, take pleasure in voluntarily tendering to CAPTAIN MAXWELL our written expression of thanks for his politeness and urbanity to us all, during the passage from Kingston to this place, and for his marked care for our comfort and welfare. We leave with him our kindest regards, believing him to be worthy of the highest commendation, and of the fullest confidence. (signed by 18 names)

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Aug. 4, 1847