p.2 Last Tuesday night about 11 o'clock, the steam boat Great Britain ran foul of the schooner Margaret Miller, Capt. Sinclair, laden with wheat and flour, by which the schooner was thrown on her beam ends and greatly damaged.
THE OTTAWA AND RIDEAU FORWARDING COMPANY, hereby notify their numerous customers, that they are compelled to suspend their operations, for a short time, in consequence of the Bywash at Long Island giving way. They regret exceedingly that such an unfortunate accident should have taken place, more particularly at this busy season, creating a great disappointment to the public, in the detention that it may cause in forwarding goods. They are in hopes that, in the course of two weeks, they will be ready to resume their operations of which due notice will be given.
E. CUSHING, Agent.
Montreal, June 11th.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS FOR
The New and Rapid Steam Boat
(Propelled by two powerful Low Pressure Engines,)
Capt. Abner Smith,
Will until the 15th of September next, ply between Ogdensburgh and Niagara, touching at the intermediate ports, as follows:
Leaves Ogdensburgh Wednesday evening,
Kingston, U.C. Thursday morning,
Sackett's Harbor do. noon,
Genesee River Friday morning,
Toronto, U.C. do. evening,
touching at Youngstown, and reaching Lewiston early Saturday morning.
Leaves Lewiston Sunday evening,
Genesee River Monday morning,
Oswego do. afternoon,
Sackett's Harbor Monday evening,
Kingston, U.C. Tuesday morning,
touching at French Creek, Morristown, Alexandria Bay and Brockville, and arriving at Ogdensburgh Tuesday afternoon.
E.B. Allen, Ogdensburgh,
White & Hooker, Morristown,
J.W. Fuller, Alexandria,
Smith & Merrick, French Creek,
J. Counter, Kingston, U.C.,
Buckley & Clark, Sackett's Harbor,
Henry Fitzhugh, Oswego,
John T. Trowbridge, Rochester,
James Brown, Toronto,
Obed Smith, Youngstown,
Guy Reynolds, Lewiston.
June 18th, 1836.