The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Welland Canal (Schooner), 28 Jan 1834

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      For Sale, the good, substantial Schooner, WELLAND CANAL, of 110 tons burthen. This vessel was built in 1828, under the superintendence of the late Job Northrup, Esq., and great pains were taken in fitting her up in superior style for the lake navigation. She was intended for the canal; but owing to some mistake, cannot pass the locks above St. Catharines. This schooner has always been kept in perfect order, and underwent a thorough repair in September last. She is ready for the spring trade, and is now lying at Port Dalhousie, mouth of the Welland Canal.
      Terms will be liberal - application to be made to R.E. Burns, Esq., St. Catharines.
      January 27, 1834.
      British American Journal (St. Catharines)
      January 28, 1834, Page 3

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Welland Canal (Schooner), 28 Jan 1834