The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Feb. 25, 1832

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p.2 New Steam Boat - The gentlemen of the committee appointed to collect subscriptions for a new Steam Boat to ply between Port Hamilton, York, and Niagara, are requested to have their lists in readiness, and to prepare for holding a meeting at an early day, pursuant to the resolutions advertised in our last page: as Mr. Macnab has already procured subscribers to the amount of £2000, and Captain Mackenzie of Kingston has proposed to subscribe for £600 stock, and to proceed to England for a Steam Engine and other materials, which he has ascertained can be procured of superior quality for £1200 less than in this country. [Hamilton Mercury]

p.3 letter from Bytown - man who caused the persecution of By flees and his friend was found dead.

Notice - The Stockholders of the John By are requested to pay into my hands on or before the 1st day of April next, the ninth instalment of ten per cent on their respective shares.

David John Smith, Treasurer.

Kingston, Feb. 25th, 1832.

Grand River - a meeting to be held at Brantford about improving navigation of Grand River. [York Courier]

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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Feb. 25, 1832