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  • Cornwall Observer (Cornwall, ON), July 8, 1841
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    p.2 We congratulate travellers by the St. Lawrence, on the appointment of Mr. E.H. Stearnes to the command of the steamer Highlander, vacant by the awfully sudden death of the lamented Captain Walker. Mr. Stearnes has been, for a number of years, favourably known in this ...

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    p.2 We congratulate travellers by the St. Lawrence, on the appointment of Mr. E.H. Stearnes to the command of the steamer Highlander, vacant by the awfully sudden death of ...

  • Cornwall Observer (Cornwall, ON), April 22, 1841
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    p.2 The Ship Yard - We understand that Mr. Parkins has launched from his Ship Yard in this place since the breaking up of the ice on the St. Lawrence, 4 Barges, capable of conveying 700 barrels of flour each. Mr. Parkins has on the Stocks, and nearly completed, ...

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    p.2 The Ship Yard - We understand that Mr. Parkins has launched from his Ship Yard in this place since the breaking up of the ice on the St. ...

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