The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 2, 1860

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p.3 Auction Sale by Jackson

On Tuesday, 14th August instant,

Will be sold at

Jackson's Sale Rooms, King St.

On Account of All Concerned,

The Passenger and Freight Steamer


This Steamer has a beautiful upper Saloon, Promenade Deck, State Rooms, etc., etc., well fitted up with furniture. She is adapted for either passengers or Freight. Is 336 tons burthen; having a length of 185 feet upper deck and forty-five feet over all, with two excellent low pressure Engines of forty horsepower each. In short, she is in every way suited for either Lake or River passenger or freight traffic, having been run on charter from Quebec to the Saguenay.

The vessel will be sold on the day named, on advantageous terms, which will be made known at the time of sale.

Sale at one o'clock punctually, at Jackson's Sale Rooms, King street, Kingston.

Kingston, August 1st, 1860 Jackson, Auctioneer.

ad - Royal Mail Line - The steamer Banshee, Capt. Sinclair, will leave the Atlantic Wharf, foot of Princess Street, tomorrow morning at 3 o'clock, for Montreal and Quebec, arriving at Montreal the same afternoon.

Tickets can be procured at the Lake and River Steamboat Office, Atlantic Wharf.

ad for Moonlight Excursion on steamer Pierrepont, Captain Hinckley, proceeds to go to Orphan's Home.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 2, 1860