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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), March 31, 1838

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Custom House Sale.

Will be sold by Public Auction, at the Custom House Wharf, Belleville, on Tuesday the first day of May next, the Schooner Catherine, together with Sails, Tackle and Furniture thereunto belonging, judgement of condemnation having been given by Her Majesty's Court of King's Bench. Sale at 12 o'clock.

Henry Baldwin, Collector of Customs.

Court House, Belleville, 27th March, 1838.

A General Meeting of the Kingston Marine Railway Company will be held at the British American Hotel, on Monday the 2nd of April, to elect 5 Directors to manage the affairs of the Company, according to the Act of Incorporation.

Kingston March 29th, 1838 A. McNabb, Secretary.

Steam Force for the Canadian Waters - Capt. Sandom, and not Capt. Austin as formerly mentioned, to be in command of Navy on Lakes. [United Service Gazette]


The Copartnership heretofore existing between the Subscribers, under the name and firm of Truax & Phillips, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent; and Abraham Truax is solely authorized to settle and adjust the affairs, and collect the debts due to the said firm.

Abraham Truax,

Barton Phillips.

Kingston, March 27th, 1838.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), March 31, 1838