The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 26, 1814

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Notice - Embezzlement of Naval Stores - reward offered for apprehension of offenders. 24th March

Wanted for His Majesty's Naval Yard, 200 Pine Logs, not less than 30 feet long.

Notice - no more Red Pine, or Spruce Knees will be received at His Majesty's Naval yard at prices quoted by the Commissioner.

p.3 Frontier News - A Brownville article of March 30th states that the troops at Sacket's Harbour amount to about 4,500; besides 1500 attached to the Navy; that there were building at that place - a frigate of the largest class, and two smaller vessels, which were rapidly advancing to a state of completion.

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Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 26, 1814