The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 13, 1838

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p.2 Bill Johnson - We learn that this marauder was spoken to on Monday last by some of the crew of the Steamer Oswego, on the Saint Lawrence, near the wreck of the Sir Robert Peel. He was in his long boat, accompanied by 5 men. He stated that he was lying within 40 rods of the Cobourg a few days since when that vessel was in pursuit of the Pirates. He sent his compliments to the people of Canada, saying that if they wished to see him they would find him on Fort Wallace - which is on a British Island somewhere amongst the "Thousand Islands."

The Annual Barriefield Regatta - Wherry races open to skiffs of all sizes to take place on June 28th; lists officers, rules. Barriefield, June 8th, 1838.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 13, 1838