The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 28, 1836


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p.1 Report of Committee at Oswego on Niagara canal - compares Buffalo and Oswego routes.

p.2 letter referring to article on page 1 (1 1/2 columns).

p.3 Notice - land claims along Rideau now ready for settlement. Office of the Ordnance, Bytown, 22d Dec., 1836.

Died - At Fort Erie, in the 45th year of his age, Dr. George Colls, Royal Navy. Mr. Colls came to Canada with a detachment of the Royal Navy, in the year 1816, and served at Kingston Dock Yard as Surgeon until the reduction of the Yard in 1834, since which he has resided in the Country....

NOTICE.

The Subscribers to the Kingston Dock Company, are requested to pay into the hands of the Treasurer, the following payments, viz: -

10 per cent, the second payment on 1st Monday in January, 1837.

10 per cent, the third payment on 1st February, 1837.

10 per cent, the fourth payment on 1st Monday in March, 1837.

10 per cent, the fifth payment on 1st Monday in April, 1837.

10 per cent, the sixth payment on 1st Monday in May, 1837.

10 per cent, the seventh payment on 1st Monday in June, 1837.

10 per cent, the eighth payment on 1st Monday in July, 1837.

10 per cent, the ninth payment on 1st Monday in August, 1837.

10 per cent, the tenth payment on 1st Monday in September, 1837.

J. COUNTER, Treasurer.

Kingston, 5th December, 1836


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Date of Original:
Dec. 28, 1836
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KN.1314
Language of Item:
English
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Rick Neilson
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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 28, 1836