The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Nov. 4, 1825

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p.2 The Steam Boat Toronto, with her engine, tackle and furniture will be sold by public auction, in the town of York, on Tuesday the 8th inst.

A public meeting was held at Vittoria, in the London District, on the 13th ult. for the purpose of forming an association for building a steam vessel to sail on the north coast of lake Erie, for the accommodation of the public. One hundred and sixteen shares (£6 5 each) were taken up by the Gentlemen present; and subscription books were appointed to be immediately opened in the London, Western, and other Districts. The thanks of the meeting were voted to the Hon. & Rev. Dr. Strachan, who it seems was present, for his assistance on the occasion.

p.3 To Let - The large Store and Wharf situated near Mississaga Point - the situation is very favorable to persons in the forwarding line. Application to be made to

John S. Cartwright Kingston, Oct. 7th, 1825.

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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Nov. 4, 1825