The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Jan. 27, 1838

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p.2 Deposition of Andrew Drew R.N. about Caroline affair.

p.3 Latest From Buffalo - The schooner Savannah, cleared at Buffalo for Dunkirk on the 18th inst., and was preparing to sail the same evening, when information having been given to the collector that she was destined to take a large number of men from some place in the vicinity, he had her seized.

The steam boats Robert Fulton and Barcelona have been chartered at Buffalo, for Government service. Lieut. Homans, of the Navy, has been appointed to the naval command on the lakes, and hoists his flag on the former. It is said that Captain Champlain, also of the navy, will take charge of the latter. The Barcelona left Buffalo on Saturday - destination unknown.

Notice - The Kingston Marine Railway having obtained an Act of Incorporation, all persons having claims against the Company are requested to present the same at the Office of the Company previous to the Subscription Books being opened for the additional Stock, and the dividend paid for the past year's operations.

Kingston, 24th Jan., 1838 J. Counter, Sec'y and Treasurer

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Jan. 27, 1838