The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Cockburn (Schooner), 1 Jul 1834

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On Monday evening the reduction and final termination of the Kingston Dock-yard took place---the officers in commision of the COCKBURN schooner and ordinary, being paid off, and the stores remaining in bond consigned to the charge of John Marks, Esq. Passages from Montreal have been obtained to England for the late members of the Establishment, they have embarked for Montreal, and are hourly expected. Lieu. Holbrook and family and the other officers of the Kingston, Grand River and Penetanguishene Establishments, are among the number that the economy of the times has removed from the Colony. The COCKBURN, we understand, is to be sunk, and the remaining undisposed of vessels left in charge of the officer in command.-----------Montreal Herald
      Cobourg Star
      Wednesday, July 23, 1834

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William R. McNeil
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Cockburn (Schooner), 1 Jul 1834