The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 20, 1830

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p.3 General Police Regulations - #4 - filth or rubbish not to be thrown in the harbour.


The Subscribers beg leave to inform their friends and the public, that they are making preparations to commence the Forwarding business on the opening of the navigation, when they will have

Five Good Durham Boats

ready for the transportation of property to and from Montreal - they cannot well annex a list of prices as much will depend on the height of the water, but they will carry at lower rates than have been charged heretofore.

The business to be carried on at Brockville, under the firm of Morris, Thorne & Co., and at Montreal, by Charles Bowman.

A. & W. Morris, & Co.

Charles Bowman,

Thos. C. Thorne.

Brockville, 16th March, 1830.

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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 20, 1830