The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Dec. 3, 1819

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p.3 attempt to steal seized goods from Mr. Ranken, officer of Customs at Port of Bath.

Another heavy gale of wind from the south-west was experienced on the Lake last Tuesday night. The schooner Mary Ann, Capt. Mosier, which sailed from hence on Sunday with a cargo of goods, and a great number of passengers, had got within a few miles of York, when she was overtaken by the squall, and forced to return to this Port with the total loss of her foretopsail and foremast. Her mainmast also was sprung.

Executive Council Office,

York, 17th November, 1819.

Whereas the present Lease of the Ferry, from the Town of Kingston to Point Frederick will expire on the 24th day of June next - NOTICE is hereby given, by order of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor in Council, That sealed Proposals for a new Lease to be given to the highest bidder will be received at this Office until the 10th of June, 1820.

John Small, C.E.C.

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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Dec. 3, 1819