The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Jan. 22, 1858

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p.3 Iron Steamboat For Sale - The well-known and favorite Iron Steamer Magnet is offered for sale on moderate terms. She is well adapted for either Passenger or Freight business between Montreal and the head of Lake Ontario, or would make a first-rate boat for the route between Quebec and the Saguenay.

Application to be made to Edward Jackson, Esq., Mr. John W. Sutherland, or the undersigned. John Young, Hamilton. Jan. 19th.

Auction Sale of Forwarding Stock - To be Sold On Wednesday, the 10th February, in Kingston, at the stores of Messrs. Holcomb & Henderson, the following Property as they now lie in Winter Quarters: Prop Brantford, lying at Montreal; prop Colonist, lying at Lachine; prop Western Miller, Welland Canal; strs. Britannia and Scotland at Hamilton; str. Geo. Moffatt, at Coneaut, Ohio; schr. Premier at Kingston; sch. California at Montreal; barge Montreal Packet, Belfast and Cleveland at Montreal; barge Eliza Jane at Kingston; one half of Steam Floating Elevator at Kingston. Terms (very liberal), to be made known at Sale. Thomas Kirkpatrick, Theodore Hart, John Ostell, Trustees. Kingston Jan. 15th

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Jan. 22, 1858