The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 30, 1836

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p.3 letter from merchant in New Orleans praises Thousand Islands and steamer Great Britain.

The Steam Packet Canada, Capt. Johnson, has discontinued her regular trips between this Town and Oswego, and has gone below to bring up the St. George. When this benevolent design shall have been accomplished, the Canada will resume her trips as heretofore.

The Steamer St. George - It affords us much pleasure to inform the public that this fine vessel is now afloat, and will proceed immediately to Niagara for the purpose of being repaired on the Railway.

Schooner for Sale - To Be Sold, the fast sailing Schooner Cockburn, with Sails, rigging, etc., 35 tons burthen, built in His Majesty's Dock Yard, and fitted up at great expense. - Will make an excellent packet, or coaster. To be seen and particulars known at the Subscriber's Wharf, Front Street, or of J. Linton, Auctioneer.

Kingston, July 28th, 1836. Walter Eales

N.B. will be sold low for cash.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 30, 1836