The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Jan. 2, 1873

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Notice - The firm of J. Carruthers & Co. has this day been dissolved by the retirement of Mr. Carruthers. The business will be continued by Alexander Gunn, Samuel Harper, and William Gardner Craig, under the name and style of Alex. Gunn & Co., to whom all debts due to the late firm are payable. John Carruthers, Alexander Gunn Kingston, Dec. 31, 1872


(available on microfilm at Queen's University Stauffer Library)

* Note: the regular arrival of the ferry boats Maud, Pierrepont and Watertown are not considered important to the purposes of this data-base and will only be noted until end of April to indicate start of navigation season.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Jan. 2, 1873