The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), May 1, 1821

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p.3 Died - At the Naval Establishment, Grand River, on the 31st March last Mr. Joseph R. Scott, Assistant Surgeon Royal Navy, aged 36 years.

Notice - Storage, Forwarding and Commission Business - William Bayard Smith has leased the Store and Dock of Mr. H.C. Thomson; gives a list of agents at Montreal, Lachine, York, Sacket's Harbor, Genessee River etc. etc.

The subscriber returns his thanks to his former customers and friends as well as to those of the late firm of Grant and Duff; begs leave to inform them and the public in general, that he continues to carry on the Forwarding Business, in the same Stores and Premises, lately occupied by the firm of Grant & Duff, and trusts by the strictest attention to business, and to the interest of those who may favor him with their custom to give satisfaction, and merit a continuation of the liberal encouragement heretofore experienced.

Robert Grant, Lachine, 22nd Jan., 1821.

The subscriber ... intends to carry on transport business in his own name, between this place and Kingston, on the River St. Lawrence, and Point Fortune on the Grand or Ottawa River...Donald Duff Lachine, Feb 1st.

Notice of Dissolution of Partnership of Grant & Duff, 22nd Jan., 1821.

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Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), May 1, 1821