p.2 Accident on the Upper Lake - prop. Rocket ashore near Milwaukee, got off.
p.3 Imports - 16, 18; Exports - 18.
AUCTON SALE OF SCHOONER ANNA CRAIG.
Under power of Sale contained in a Mortgage dated the 20th day of August, 1856, made by Donald Manson, of the town of Port Hope, Mariner, to Arthur Parsons, of the Township of Hope, Yeoman, for securing the sum of 400 pounds; and under power of Sale contained in a certain other Mortgage, dated the 15th day of August, 1857, made by Donald Manson, of Port Hope, Mariner, and Robert Manson and James Manson, of the same place, Ship Carpenters, to Robert S. Fortune, late of Port Hope, Gentleman, deceased, for securing the sum of 600 pounds;
I shall offer for sale, by instructions of the said Arthur Parsons and the Administrators of the Estate of the said Robert S. Fortune, on Tuesday, July 26, 1859, at my Auction Rooms in the Town of Cobourg, at the hour of Twelve o'clock noon, the respective Shares and Interest of the said Donald Manson, Robert Manson, and James Manson, in and to the Hull or Body of the Ship or Vessel Anna Craig, of Port Hope, as she now lies in the Cobourg Harbour, and her Appurtenances, and which said respective Shares are in the following proportions:
Donald Manson Thirty-two Shares.
Robert Manson Ten Shares.
James Manson Eleven Shares.
The vessel is of the burthen of 310 tons, nearly new, built in the spring of the year 1856.
Terms made known at time of Sale.
A.J. Van Ingen, Auctioneer.
George Brodgin, Solicitor for Mortgagees.
Cobourg, July 16th, 1859.