The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 May 1856

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p.3 Parliamentary - Dep't of Public Works - Estimate No. 1 - (part)

Completion of Works In Progress

1 - forming and protecting foundations of Light House on Point Pelee Reef - 4,100 pounds.

2 - Light Houses Lake Huron - 8,000 pounds.

3 - Lanterns, Lenses, Revolving Machinery, Lamps, etc. for Light Houses in course of construction, 13,049 pounds.

9 - Burlington Bay Canal - 2,000 pounds.

10 - Dredging, Vessels, Steam Pumps, etc. - 3,500 pounds.

Estimate No. 2 (part) - New Works Proposed

1 - Lighthouse on Snake Island, Lake Ontario - 3,000 pounds


William C. Knapp, Boat Builder, Village of Barriefield, near Kingston - W.C.K. builds all sorts of Pleasure Boats, Sailing Boats, Jolly Boats, Skiffs and Race Skiffs. Repairing done.

May 1856

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 May 1856