The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 9, 1837

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p.2 Accident - We learn that on Friday morning last, off Fifty Mile Hill, on the American side, and 50 miles on this side of Niagara, the schooner Canada, belonging to Mr. Ives of this town, took the schooner Union, Capt. Patterson, in tow to the Genesee River, where she was lifted, having been capsized in a gale of wind, on the previous Sunday. There was no cargo on board the Union, and fortunately no lives were lost.

p.3 Notice - A Dividend of 20% on the capital stock of the Steam Boat Sir James Kempt is this day declared, payable at the office of the Subscriber, on the 12th inst.

Henry Gildersleeve, Agent.

Kingston, 7th August, 1837.

N.B. - The proprietors are requested to call and receive their dividends at their earliest convenience.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 9, 1837