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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 15 May 1852


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p.2 The Steam Frigate Cherokee - argument about selling (1/2 column).

-The Tug Line - Erie, Ida, Porcupine, William IV, Chieftain, Charlevoix.

-City Council - yesterday passed the Wolfe Island Canal Debenture Bill.

-The Largest Vessel Yet Through the Canal - the steam frigate Cherokee. [Montreal Herald]

-ad for Royal Mail Steamboat Line on Lake Ontario and River St. Lawrence - the Passport, Magnet, and Princess Royal.

-Imports - May 13,14; Exports - 14.

-Steamer For Sale - Will be sold, by private Sale, the well-known Propeller Lady Barrie, (late Union,) the Property of the undersigned. Her length is 96 feet, with 17 feet beam; draught 4 feet, and she is capable, as at present laid out, of carrying 700 bbls of flour and could easily, and at little expense, be altered so as to carry 300 more. She carries two excellent low pressure Engines, of 30 Horse power each, which together with the boilers, are in the very best order, and equally as good as new. Terms liberal. Apply to

Archibald Chambers.

Place d'Armes Kingston 14th May, 1852


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Date of Publication:
15 May 1852
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KN.6555
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English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 15 May 1852