The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Jan. 25, 1862

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p.3 ad for Holcomb, Cowan & Co. - to sell at Public Auction on Jan. 31st, at Kingston, the Barques Stork, 15,000 bushels; Nonsuch, 11,000 cubic feet timber; Schooners Alma, 9,400 bushels; Zepherine,7,300 bushels; and Jenny Lind, 7,500 bushels; Barges Experiment, 11,500 bushels; Montreal Packet, 11,500 bushels; Eliza Jane, 10,800 bushels; Sophia, 10,000 bushels; Louisa, 9,800 bushels; Margaret, 9,500 bushels; Georgina, 9,000 bushels; Rook, 8,100 bushels; Weston, 6,300 bushels; Jet, 6,300 bushels; Western Miller, 15,000 bushels or 200,000 feet lumber.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Jan. 25, 1862