The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 22, 1835

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p.3 By Auction - Will be sold on Tuesday next, the 28th instant, in the Market Place, without reserve, Six Shares of the Steam Boat Kingston, which is now doing as profitable a business as any Boat running. Terms - One fourth of the purchase money down, and the remainder in three, six and nine months, with approved endorsed notes. Sale at 12 noon.

Kingston, July 21st, 1835. J. Linton, Auctioneer.



July 19th - Steamboat Thomas McKay, loaded with merchandise (list of consignees).

21st - Steamer Rideau, Captain Brown, with a detachment of Artillery, and having Barges "Noah of Hawksbury" and Iroquois in tow, the former laden with Artillery Stores, and the latter with Goods (list of consignees).

The Company's Barges are now fitted up with sails in order to proceed by the St. Lawrence to Montreal, which it is said they can do in 2 days, while they return by the Rideau in tow of Steam Boats in four days, making the Trip from Kingston to Montreal and back, in six days.

Notice - all persons with claims against Government for damages sustained in construction of Rideau Canal are to forward them to Capt. Bolton, Senior Royal Engineer, Rideau Canal.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 22, 1835