The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), March 10, 1860

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p.2 Royal Canadian Yacht Club - at Toronto holds election of officers.

p.3 Steamer and Vessels For Sale, By Private Contract - Propeller Avon, lying at St. Catherines, built in 1857, and thoroughly repaired last summer, of about 200 horsepower, and carries 3000 Barrels of Flour.

Barque Tornado, lying at Toronto, completed in 1858. Carries over 15,000 Bushels of Wheat, or about 26,000 Staves.

Scow Frontenac, lying at Kingston, built in 1854 for the Lumber Trade. Carries about 160,000 feet.

The above named desirable Vessels will be sold at low prices, and on easy terms. Engagements for Freight can be secured for the coming season, which would be transferred to the purchaser of the vessels.

For further particulars apply to Thomas Kirkpatrick. 16th March, 1860

Died - Commander William Rees Davies, R.N., formerly commanding Naval forces at this station.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), March 10, 1860