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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 8, 1840

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p.2 The St. Lawrence Canal - report of public meeting held in favor of completion. [Quebec Mercury, March 31st]

p.3 Launches - The Marine Railway Co. launched a first class barge, the Albert, on Thursday, and another of the same description, the Victoria, on Monday, both for Messrs. McPherson & Crane. These barges are built in the most substantial manner, and reflect great credit on Mr. Shea the builder, not only for this most desirable quality, but also for the beauty of their model. They are each capable of carrying 4000 bushels wheat.

The steam boat Sir James Kempt will commence her regular trips up the Bay of Quinte tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock.

Office of Kingston Marine Railway.

6th April, 1840

At the Annual General Meeting of the Stockholders of the Kingston Marine Railway, held in the Company's Office, this day, according to the Act of Incorporation, the following gentlemen were elected Directors for the ensuing year: Henry Gildersleeve, Esq., James Fraser, Esq., John Counter, Esq., John S. Cartwright, Esq., Thomas Kirkpatrick, Esq. A meeting of the Board of Directors was then held, when Henry Gildersleeve, Esq., was rechosen President, and James Fraser, Esq., Secretary and Treasurer. By order of the Board,

Samuel D. Fowler, Clerk.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 8, 1840