The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 24, 1832

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p.3 Important Sale of Naval Stores - to be held on May 8th at Dock Yard, Kingston, consisting of timber, topmasts, yards and spars; on 21st May at Naval Depot at Montreal, a quantity of blocks, cordage, iron, oakum, etc. Jno. R. Glover, Naval Store Keeper.

A Clerk Wanted - The Committee will receive proposals from persons wishing to apply for the situation of Clerk on board the Steam Boat William IV, until the 15th of April next, addressed in writing to the subscriber, stating their lowest terms by the month, for the season of the boat's running, and also by the year: at the option of the committee which to accept. None need apply without good testimonials of character, and ability to fill the situation.

Gananoque, March 21st, 1832. John McDonald.

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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), March 24, 1832