The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), 12 May 1818


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PORT OF KINGSTON.

ENTERED.

May 5th - Schr. Catharine, Gibson, from Newcastle, flour, staves & planks.

6th - Schr. Kingston Packet, Reid, from Sacket's Harbor, vegetables.

7th - Schr. Com. Perry, Pugh, from Sacket's Harbor, passengers.

8th - Schr. Com. Owen, Sinclair, from Niagara, 291 bbls. flour.

Steam Boat Frontenac, from Niagara, with two Companies of the 70th Regiment.

Schr. Humbird, Cone, from Cape Vincent, iron ware.

9th - Schr. Triumph, Cooke, from Sacket's Harbor, passengers.

11th - Schr. Traveller, Gates, from Oswego, with machinery.

Schr. Jackson, Stoneburner, from Genesee, flour, potatoes, etc.

Boat Hornet, Sprague, from Sacket's Harbor, potatoes, turnips.

Schr. Caroline, Cowles, Master, from Pultneyville, flour, potash, etc.

Schr. Com. Perry, Pugh, from Sacket's Harbor, passengers.

Schr. Levantine, Davis, from Genesee, with staves.

CLEARED.

May 4th - Schr. Catharine, Gibson, for Newcastle.

Schr. Kingston Packet, Reid, for Sacket's Harbor.

7th - Schr. Com. Perry, Pugh, for Sacket's Harbor.

9th - Steam Boat Charlotte, Richardson, for the Bay of Quinte.

Schr. Triumph, Cooke, for Sacket's Harbor.

11th - Schr. Traveller, Gates, for Oswego.

Schr. Com. Perry, Pugh, for Sacket's harbor.

Schr. Caroline, Cowles, for Pultneyville.

Steam Boat Frontenac, McKenzie, for York.

Boat Hornet, Sprague, for Sacket's Harbor.

Schr. Levantine, Davis, for Genesee.

Cape Vincent, commonly called Gravelly Point, in the State of New York, at the Head of the River St. Lawrence, is we understand established as a Port of Entry.

York, April 30th - Captain Patterson, of the Schooner May Flower, last week tried in this Harbour the power of a Machine which he has invented for the purpose of propelling small Vessels in light winds, or to work out of a Harbor with a contrary wind.

The experiment completely answered his expectations, the vessel proceeding, with a comparatively small power, at the rate of 3 knots or miles per hour; and he feels confident that when the machinery is complete, it will perform at the rate of 5 miles per hour.

Commissariat Sale.

Batteaux & Durham Boats.

Will be sold at Public Auction, on Monday the 1st of June next, at the Commissariat Batteau Yard, at this Post, a number of Batteaux and Durham Boats, with their appurtenances.

Sale to commence at 1 o'clock P.M.

Ass't Com'y Gen'ls Office,

Kingston, 8th May, 1818.


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12 May 1818
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Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), 12 May 1818