The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 2, 1814

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p.3 Navy Yard, Kingston, 26th May, 1814 - Wanted in His Majesty's Naval Yard, a quantity of Knees, of Oak, Elm, or Spruce, to side 10 inches - length of tree six feet, arm three to four feet, for which good prices will be given.

Navy Yard - Any person wishing to undertake the repair of the Wharfs in the Navy Yard, Point Frederick, are requested to reply forthwith, specifying their terms. Kingston, 27th May.

(supplement) - We regret to hear of the capture of a number of our Boats and Seamen, belonging to the squadron on Lake Ontario, at Sandy Creek, on the American shore.

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Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 2, 1814