The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), March 15, 1852


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p.2 Wolfe Island Canal - It will be seen by the advertisement, that tenders will be received for constructing this important work. The stockholders of the Wolfe Island Canal and Railway Company held their meeting on Saturday, when the following gentlemen were elected the new Board of Directors:- John Counter, Francis M. Hill, Wm. Ford Jr., Alexander Campbell, John Carruthers, O.S. Gildersleeve, and David Shaw. Mr. Counter was re-elected President of the Board, and Mr. Ford, Treasurer.

Messrs. Counter, Hill and Ford, who went recently to Watertown as a deputation from the Board of Directors, made their report to the stockholders, by which it appears that the Directors of the Rome and Watertown continue firmly pledged to their former agreement to bear one half of the cost of constructing the Canal. This work is of the very highest importance to Kingston as completing the nearest route from the sea-board to Upper Canada, and the inhabitants of this city are bound to exert themselves by all means in their power to promote its success.

Navigation of St. Lawrence - American views on reciprocity discussed. [Globe]

WOLFE ISLAND

RAILWAY & CANAL COMPANY.

Tenders will be received by this Company until

Monday, the 5th day of April next,

at 12 o'clock noon, for the excavation and other work required for constructing the Canal across Wolfe Island, extending from Barret's Bay to Big Bay.

Plans and Specifications may be seen at the office of the Company, on and after Saturday, the 20th inst.

Responsible sureties will be required for the performance of the work.

Further information may be obtained at the Company's office.

By order of the Board of Directors.

W.A. GEDDES, Secretary.

Kingston, March 13, 1852.

March 16, 17, 18, 1852

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Date of Original:
March 15, 1852
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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), March 15, 1852