The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 24, 1830

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p.3 Celebration of His Majesty's Birthday - ...At one o'clock a Royal Salute was fired from the Cockburn, which was moored in front of the residence of the Hon. Captain Byng...

On Thursday last one of Mr. Archibald McDonnell's barges arrived from Montreal with goods, being the first arrival of the kind this season.

Hemp - The Navy wants to experiment with Canadian-grown hemp and advertises for same.

Burlington Bay Canal, 13th April, 1830 - Yesterday the Canal presented a most cheering prospect for the District of Gore, when the undermentioned vessels passed through it, laden with some of the surplus produce of the country:

General Brock, Kerr, Master; Rebecca & Eliza, Zealand, Master; Britannia, Roberts, Master; Margaret, Mitchell, Master; Trafalgar, Enoe, Master; Telegraph, Boylan, Master; Minerva, Kent, Master; Brothers, McIntosh, Master; Mohawk Chief, Campbell, Master; Peacock, Bates, Master; Kingston Packet, Fox, Master. [Gore Balance]

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Rick Neilson
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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), April 24, 1830