The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 6, 1829

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p.2 Military Movements - the 1st division of Cameron Highlanders arrives in steamers Niagara and Dalhousie, from Prescott; 71st Light Infantry leaves on steamers Alciope and Niagara for York.

Capt. Byng, R.N. arrives on steamer Queenston on visit to Commodore Barrie.

Welland Canal is superior to Erie or American canal because it opens sooner and closes later. [O. Q. G.]

p.3 Cobourg Harbour - The following premiums will be paid for plans, specifications and estimates, of a protecting pier or breakwater, to extend from the shore into 13 feet of water, at a total expense of not more than £3000. The plans to be delivered at this office on or before the 1st day of July next.

For the most approved plan £7 10 0

For the 2nd 5 0

For the 3rd 3 0

William H. Draper, Secretary.

Office of the Cobourg Harbour Company,

Cobourg, 26th May, 1829.

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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 6, 1829