The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 5, 1852

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p.2 On Saturday, the mail steamer Ottawa, on her upward trip, and when within eight or nine miles of this city, had one of her shafts broken, and the receipt of the Eastern mail was in consequence delayed. The Princess Royal went down the river, as soon as intelligence of the accident was received, and brought up the mails and passengers, with the Ottawa in tow..




By Auction,

On Monday the 26th day of July, at

10 o'clock, A.M., precisely,

At the Store House, Point Frederick,

Kingston, Canada West.

This Sale is in consequence of the breaking up of the Naval Establishment in Canada.

The articles that will be offered comprise everything used in the building and equiping of Ships, etc. etc.

Catalogues will be furnished ten days previous to the sale, and sent if required to any part of the Province or the United States, by addressing the Naval Storekeeper, at Kingston, or the Auctioneer.

The sale will be continued each working day (commencing at the same hour), until the close thereof.

JACKSON, Auctioneer.

Kingston, July 1st, 1852.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 5, 1852