The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Aug. 20, 1819


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PORT OF KINGSTON.

Arrived.

Aug. 14th - Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughan.

16 - Schr. Rambler, Edw'd Rickins,

Schr. Traveller, Geo. Collins?,

Steam Boat Sophia, Vaughan.

17th - open Durham boat, Goff,

Steam Boat Charlotte, Jo's Dennis.

18th - Steam Boat Frontenac, James McKenzie,

Schr. Olive Branch, Tho' Wafer,

Steam Boat Sophia, Wm. Vaughan.

19th - Schr. Hornet, A.P. Eggleston,

Steam Boat Charlotte, Jo's Dennis.

20th - Sloop Geneva, Owen Montagne.

Cleared.

Aug. 14th - Steam Boat Sophia,

17th - Schr. Rambler;

Schr. Traveller;

Steam Boat Sophia.

18th - Steam Boat Charlotte.

On Sunday last a severe easterly gale of wind, accompanied by heavy rain, was experienced toward the head of the Lake. Several vessels were driven into York by stress of weather - some dismasted and some without anchors.

Died - Mrs. C. Spratt, 44, wife of Michael Spratt, Esq. Master Attendant at Naval Yard, Kingston.

Tenders called for 5000 bushels of Charcoal for Naval Yard at Point Frederick, E. Laws, Naval Storekeeper.

Naval Yard, Kingston, 14th August, 1819.


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Date of Original:
Aug. 20, 1819
Local identifier:
KN.438
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Aug. 20, 1819