Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), May 6, 1843
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p.2 The Rideau Canal - the article on Tolls in Montreal Gazette of Saturday last is again discussed - a full column.
p.3 Welland Canal - The water was let into this work on Saturday last, and as the ice is quite out of Gravelly Bay, the canal is this week open for navigation through its entire length. Up to Sunday morning five or six schooners had arrived at Port Dalhousie on their way to the upper lakes. [Niagara Chronicle May 3rd]
At a Meeting of the Stockholders of the Boat FARMER, owned by inhabitants of Wolfe Island it was resolved, that whereas said boat is now valued at £325, and the Stockholders being desirous of selling a part of their interest in said boat to persons in Kingston - the Stockholders hereby authorize the Managing Committee appointed at last meeting, to dispose of Stock to the amount of £150, to be divided into One Hundred shares, at One Pound Ten Shillings each. Five Shillings to be paid in hand, and the remainer in five annual instalments. All persons desirous of taking stock in said boat will find a list at Mr. Richard Smith's Inn, opposite the British American Hotel.
May 3rd, 1843.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes