The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), March 3, 1841

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p.2 The Steamer Great Britain - We learn that the Engines of this old and faithful servant of the public have been purchased by Mr. Tate, Steamboat Proprietor, Lower Canada, from the Hon. John Hamilton. We understand that the hull of the noble vessel is purchased, or about to be purchased, by the Royal Navy, as a Store Ship.

p.3 Steam Boat Union - Will, at the opening of the navigation, commence plying on the Bay of Quinte, between Kingston and Belleville. Days of Sailing - From Kingston Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. From Belleville Tuesdays, Thursdays, & Saturdays. Each morning at 9 o'clock, precisely. Macpherson & Crane, Kingston, 3rd March, 1841.

letter from J.C. saying that the steamer Great Britain should be used as a floating hotel for people attending Parliament.

Steamer Brockville - Notice is hereby given to the Stockholders in the Steamer Brockville, that a Dividend of Three Pounds per Share, has this day been declared payable, by

Kingston, 1st March, 1841. James Fraser, Treasurer.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), March 3, 1841