The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Jan. 6, 1838

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p.2 reports by Lieut. Elmsley R.N. and others, about Navy Island, burning of steamer Caroline.

The Traveller steamer, Capt. Sutherland, arrived here on Thursday morning last from Toronto, and proceeded yesterday evening to Prescott, to meet the 3 companies of the 24th Regt. and Major Cameron's company of Royal Artillery, on route to the Niagara frontier. Twelve men of the 1st Addington Militia, under Lieut. Gordon, embarked on board the Traveller yesterday from Fort Henry, as an escort for that vessel on her trip to Prescott.

p.3 Wanted - At Ox Point, 4 miles from Belleville, Ten Stone Cutters, to cut ashler, etc., for the Locks of the Trent Canal, where constant employ will be given for at least Two Years - Paid by the superficial foot. Robert Francis, January 1st, 1838.


A Meeting of the Stockholders of the Steamer Brockville, will be holden at Kingston, on Monday, the 5th day of February next, at McDonald's Hotel, on Special business. A general attendance is requested.

Signed, F. McAnnany,

Smith Bartlett, Jr.

John Miller,

James Fraser,

James McDonald,

Thos. McNider,

Chas. Hales,

p. Madigan,

Alexr. Ross,

Jos. Corbier.

Kingston, 4th Jan'y, 1838.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Jan. 6, 1838