The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 4, 1823

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p.3 A large part of the main channel of the river is open, and we may expect that the navigation will very soon be free.

By Auction.

On Saturday 19th inst. at the Wharf of Neil M'Leod, Esquire, at 12 o'clock: 2 DURHAM BOATS, with Sails, Masts, and Rigging complete, belonging to the Estate of Ebenezer Shepherd, late of Bath.

John Strange, A. & B. 1st April, 1823.


The Subscriber takes the earliest opportunity of informing his friends and customers in the Upper Province, that he has established his Forwarding Business in Kingston instead of Brockville, as stated in his Circulars, which the tedious and uncertain navigation between those places has rendered necessary. He has made arrangements with the proprietors of the steam-boat Frontenac, the Two Sisters, the Anne and Jane, and other Vessels which will enable him at all times to forward Goods to any part of the Upper Province with the greatest dispatch. Steph Finchley


Kingston - Mr. Jas. M'Cutchon,

Chippewa - Messrs. Gilbert M'Micking & Co.

Kingston, April 4, 1823.

N.B. His Prices will be the same as stated in his Circulars. S.F.

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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 4, 1823