The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Jan. 30, 1838

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p.1 a report from J. Elmsley, Lieut. R.N., Commanding H.M. Schooner Queen, off Navy Island on Jan. 10th, 1838, about his activities, to Captain Drew.

more on military movements - American General Scott has chartered steam boat New England, also mentions steamboat Fulton, schooner Barcelona as a Revenue Cutter; the schooner Savannah was seized on Friday by the Collector at Buffalo.



THE KINGSTON MARINE RAILWAY having obtained an Act of Incorporation, all persons having claims against the Company are requested to present the same at the Office of the Company previous to the Subscription Books being opened for the additional Stock, and the dividend paid for the past years operations.

J. COUNTER, Sec'y and Treasurer.

Kingston, January 22nd, 1838.

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Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), Jan. 30, 1838