p.3 Steamer Brockville - The Public are respectfully informed, that the Subscriber having chartered the Steamboat Brockville, will, until the close of the Navigaton, ply her on the Bay of Quinte, leaving Greer's Wharf, Kingston, on the mornings of Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 9 o'clock; and Belleville on the Mornings of Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 o'clock, touching at all the intermediate Ports, up and down.
N.B. - Passages free for all Reverend Gentlemen of all denominations.
JACOB BONTER, Captain.
Kingston, Sept. 1st, 1843.
We learn from Port Colborne that the schooner Caledonia, of Kingston, with a full cargo of wheat, went ashore on Gull Island about midnight on Saturday last. [Niagara Chronicle]
Gov. General to leave for Toronto in Government steamer Mohawk but delayed by wind.