The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), July 26, 1822

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Whereas it is understood that an American Schooner has been chartered by certain of His Majesty's subjects, and employed under a contract for the conveyance of Troops, etc. - between Fort Erie and Amherstburg - that no erroneous conclusion may be drawn from the above mentioned event: This notice is to warn all Collectors of Ports within this Province, as well as all owners and masters of Vessels, and others whom it may concern, that no change has taken place in the regulations existing at the several Ports; the above arrangement having been made and carried into execution without the Lieutenant Governor being previously apprized of it, and consequently before His Excellency's disapprobation of the measure could be signified. York, June 27, 1822.


H.M. Dockyard, Point Frederick,

26th July, 1822.

Notice is hereby given that Sealed Tenders will be received at my office until the 30th instant, for chartering a Durham Boat, for the conveyance of Passengers and Baggage, from Kingston to Montreal direct. The boat will be required early in August, and the Tenders, specifying the terms, will be opened at one o'clock on Tuesday next, when the parties or their Agents must attend.

M.B. Mends, Naval Store Keeper.

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Rick Neilson
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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), July 26, 1822