The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 26, 1851


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p.2 River St. Lawrence - In spite of the severity of the season, report says that one or two steamers are gradually forcing a passage from Montreal upwards, through the St. Lawrence Canals. The small steamer Prince Albert has recently been on the railway, (after her encounter with the ice in the Rideau Canal,) and will run while the river remains open, between Kingston and Ogdensburgh. A great convenience to travellers.

TO SHIP-OWNERS

AND FORWARDERS.

The Subscriber begs leave to inform the public, that having leased the MARINE RAILWAY at Portsmouth, and purchased Mr. Fisher's interest in the business there, he is prepared to haul out the largest class of Vessels, and do repairs on as reasonable terms as any one in the Province, and he hopes from his experience as a Shipbuilder, to be able to give satisfaction to those employing him.

N.B. A large quantity of Masts, Spars, Oak and Pine Timber on hand.

G.N. AULT.

Kingston, 17th Nov., 1851.

Imports.

25th - Schr. Seaton, St. Catharines, 75 pieces oak timber, J. Fisher.

Exports

24th - Schr. Lewis Goler, Oswego, 5000 feet sawed lumber.

25th - Scow Red Bird, French Creek, 42 head live cattle.

Schr. Montgomery, Cleveland, 1137 bars railroad iron.

Schr. J.M. Hughes, do., 1030 do. do.


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Date of Original:
Nov. 26, 1851
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KN.6422
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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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 26, 1851