The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 21, 1816

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Stolen, from on board the Farmer's Daughter Packet, Captain Reid, on the night of the 22nd Nov. last, a travelling Chest, containing account books, wearing apparel, and other articles of no service but to the owner. Whoever will give information, or return said Chest, with its contents, will receive the above reward, by applying to


Kingston, 9th December, 1816.

N.B. The above reward will be given for the Books alone and no questions asked on application to Mr. Demsy, Kingston.

Government Building

Wanted to be built, a very substantial Stone Store House, in the Naval Yard at Point Frederick, 200 feet long, and 80 feet wide, the roof to be tinned.

Plans may be seen by applying at this Office, and sealed Tenders will be received until the 14th of January, 1817, which must express on the outside "Tenders for building a Stone Store House."

The Stone will be allowed to be quarried on the government ground. The building must be finished next summer. The Tenders will state the time of completion, and the names of sureties, two being required.

Naval Storekeeper's Office, 16th Dec., 1816.

To House Builders

To Be Erected, Two Small Stone Buildings, as appendages to the Naval Hospital at Point Frederick. J. Marks, Agent Victualler, Point Frederick, Dec. 16th, 1816.

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Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 21, 1816