Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 27, 1850
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p.2 Coburg Harbour - Last week we stated, upon what we considered to be the best and most undoubted authority, that our townsman M. Andrews Esq. had completed an arrangement with the Government, and had chartered the Cobourg Harbor for one year; but on making further inquiry we find that we were rather premature in announcing that Mr. Andrews had completed his arrangements with the Government. We are now authorized to state, the negotiations for chartering the harbor have been going on for some time, and the parties most interested in them expect to have them brought to a close in the course of a few days. [Watchman]
p.3 Important to Capitalists and Forwarders - Water Lots in front of town lots nos. 1, 2 and 3, and the Island in front of the town, to lease for a term of 21 years; property situated at the present steam boat landing in Belleville. Feb. 25th, 1850.
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