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Cataraqui (Schooner), 7 Apr 1845


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SCHOONER FOR SALE, BY AUCTION
      The Schooner " C A T A R A Q U I "
      Capable of carrying 950 barrels of flour, or 7,000 staves,
      has received a new mainsail, standing & flying jibs, &c.
      Sale, Monday 7th April.
      The News, Kingston
      Thursday, April 3, 1845

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      PORT OF QUEBEC Number 55 of 1843
Name - - CATARAQUE
Tonnage 34.25 tons burthen
Where Built Kingston Naval Dock Yard
When Built 1841
Date of Registration at Port of Quebec - - Oct. I4, I843. Sold by public auction at Quebec, July 1843
      Length 60 feet & 5/IOths.
      Breadth 11 feet & 5/IOths.
      Depth of hold 5 feet & 5/IOths.
     
      Decks. One
      Masts. Two
      Bowsprit None
      Stern. Round
      Figurehead None
      How Rigged Barge
      How Built Carvel
      Present Master James Patton
     
Admeasured:-Act.5 & 6 Wm. IV. Cap.56 42.83-96 tONS
Subscribing Owners:- William Chapman..Wm. Patton.. Horatio N. Patton.. 11 all Quebec merchants trading under the name of Wm. Chapman & Co.

NOTATIONS :- Built at Kingston Naval Dock Yard for Naval service 1841 and sold by public auction at Quebec July 19, 1843. signed by J. Marks, Naval Storekeeper at Kingston, U.C.


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public auction
Date of Original:
1845
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Local identifier:
McN.E.6503
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Cataraqui (Schooner), 7 Apr 1845