The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 19, 1830

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p.2 Sir John Colborne arrives from Carrying Place on steamer Toronto.

p.3 Valuable Property For Sale - The premises well known as the principal landing place at Hallowell, where Steam Boats and other vessels generally take in and discharge their cargoes. The premises comprise a wharf in complete order, with a Store House attached - two Dwelling Houses (one of which has been occupied as a Tavern for several years,) with suitable out houses, and about eight acres of Land, laid out into Village lots. It is an excellent situation for a Steam Mill, being the shipping place for an extensive wheat country....

For terms apply to Mr. John S. Heermans on the premises, or in Montreal to Peter McGill & Co. Hallowell, 1st June, 1830.

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Rick Neilson
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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 19, 1830