The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 24, 1862

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p.3 Imports - 22.

For Sale - The celebrated standing keel cutter yacht, The Belle, 19 tons Yacht Club measurement, sound, tight, and well found in every particular, and unquestionably the fastest and most comfortable standing keel yacht in Canada. Centre Cabin 19 ft. long, 11 ft. wide, 6 ft. 4 in. head room, mahogany grained, panelled, etc., 6 curled hair lounges, sleeping accommodations for 12 persons. Fore Cabin contains cooking stove, etc., etc. A burnished brass bulwark and stanchions with corded netting, 18 inches high, encloses the quarter deck. Brass hand rails, cherry wood cabin and boarding stairs, with ornamental hand ropes to match, etc., wrought copper scuttles to lead ropes below decks, etc., etc., etc. Is easily handled by two persons, except when racing. Cost, $3,200. Price, $1,000


A four oared outrigger, very fast and safe, 35 ft. long, and in perfect condition, and fully found; can be seen at O'Gorman's boatbuilding establishment, Kingston. Cost, 35 pounds; price, 20 pounds. For further particulars apply post paid to Gildersleeve and Gildersleeve, Barristers, Kingston. Kingston, 23d July, 1862.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 24, 1862