The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), July 14, 1820

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p.3 Lachine Canal - We are happy to have it in our power to announce that the first rough operations of this work have been completed; and that they have been conducted with all the celerity of which they were susceptible. [Courant]

Died - at the River Thames, in the township of Camden, U.C., William Baker, ship-builder, aged 55 years, a native of N.Y....

Government Employment at Kingston, U.C.

The Contractors for building a Store House, in His Majesty's Naval Yard at this place having failed to perform the Contract.

Notice is hereby given that Masons, Stone-cutters and Quarrymen are required to complete the Building, and that they will be employed, and paid by the Officers of this Yard.

Only the best of workmen need make application.

EDWARD LAWS, Naval Storekeeper. Naval Yard, 7th July, 1820.

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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), July 14, 1820