Daily News (Kingston, ON), Feb. 28, 1856
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p.2 The Splendid First Class Schooner ALMA, is now offered for Charter for the Season of 1856. She is built of Oak, well found and in excellent sailing order, having run only about two seasons. Her freight capacity can be estimated by the fact, that she has carried 3000 Barrels flour, 10,500 feet oak timber; or about 3,500 Bushels Wheat. She can pass through the Welland Canal with 350 to 375 tons coal.
Three-fourths of said Schooner will be sold reasonably.
Apply, either for charter or purchase, to R. Jackson, Auctioneer.
N.B. - No debts contracted on account of said vessel will be liquidated without a written order from R. Jackson.
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- Feb. 28, 1856
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- Rick Neilson
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