The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Jan. 27, 1873

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p.2 Sales of Vessels - The following transfers have been made lately at Oswego: - Mott to I.L. Jenkins, schooner Florida, consideration $25,000; T.S. Mott to Capt. Geo. Budge, schr. Henry Fitzhugh, consideration $20,000; B. Hagerman to Capt. Brown, Cleveland, schr. Trenton, consideration $13,500; D.F. Barker to Hathaway and Martin, schr. Hoboken, consideration $22,000.

Schooner Alpha - Tenders wanted for the replacing of new decks, deck frame rail, new foremast, and a trunk cabin; vessels top timber to be cut down 10 to 20 inches; the timbers and planking to be subject to inspection before being placed in the vessel.

The vessel is at Kingston, below the bridge, and tenders will be received up to the 15th February. Job to be completed on or before the 1st of April, 1873.

Address Privincial Insurance Company, Toronto, Ont.

Schooner Alpha - For Sale, either before or after the above contract is given out, the schooner Alpha, 300 tons, now lying at Kingston; new bottom, keel, stern post, and other repairs made last fall; canvas and running gear new.

Terms of Sale - one half cash; liberal time will be given for the balance.

Address Provincial Insurance Company of Canada, Toronto, Ont.

Toronto, January 24th, 1873

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Jan. 27, 1873