The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), June 5, 1828

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p.2 Kingston, May 31st - The Royal Oak Day - Thursday the 29th inst. being the anniversary of this day, the Royal Standard was hoisted at the parade-ground of the Royal Artillery. We were once more gratified with the beautiful and pleasing sight of the vessels in commission decorated in their splendid holy-day suit. At one o'clock a royal salute, in honour of the day, was fired from the Cockburn, and guns placed upon Commodore Barrie's wharf. [Chronicle]

On Thursday evening, at 7 o'clock, Commodore Barrie sailed in the Bull Frog for Niagara, on a tour to the different naval establishments in the upper parts of the Province. It is expected that the Commodore will visit Drummond's Island and Sault St. Mary before his return to Kingston. The Cockburn, sailed in company with the Bull Frog. [ib]

-arrival of Sir Peregrine Maitland in steamer Queenston. [ib]

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Montreal Gazette (Montreal, QC), June 5, 1828