The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), April 7, 1847


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p.2 Navigation Open - Cleveland, 24th March - The steamboat United States, Capt. Beldon, fired up this morning about ten o'clock, rode gaily out from the piers, and westward took her way. She is bound for Detroit, wind and weather permitting. The last we saw of her she was making her way through the clear blue waters of Old Erie.

p.3

CO-PARTNERSHIP.

The undersigned have entered into Co-partnership for the purpose of carrying on the FORWARDING BUSINESS on the River St. Lawrence, Lakes Ontario, Erie, etc. under the name and style of COLCLEUGH & GREER, at Montreal; JOHN H. GREER & Co., at Kingston; and WM. COLCLUEGH & Co., at Hamilton.

JOHN H. GREER,

WM. COLCLEUGH.

Hamilton, March 25th, 1847.

LAKE AND RIVER LINE.

FORWARDING FOR 1847.

With reference to the above announcement, the undersigned will be prepared on the opening of the Navigation, to carry on the Forwarding business between Montreal, Kingston, Toronto, Hamilton, and other Ports on Lake Ontario, and also on Lake Erie, and vice versa, for the transit of Produce and Merchandize.

Their Stock of first-class Barges, Propellers, Steam Freight Boats and Schooners, is such as will enable them to do justice to such parties as may confide business to their care.

Produce, etc., in store before the opening of the Lachine Canal to be at the risk of the owners thereof.

COLCLEUGH & GREER, Montreal,

JOHN H. GREER & Co., Kingston,

WM. COLCLEUGH & Co., Hamilton.

R.U. INNES, Managing Agent at Montreal.

Kingston, 5th April, 1847.

1847

FORWARDING

BETWEEN

MONTREAL AND KINGSTON,

And Vice Versa,

Via The Ottawa River, and Rideau Canal, and River St. Lawrence.

The Undersigned, with an increased stock of Barges and Steamers at their command, will transport (with safety and despatch,) all property confided to their care. Passing Custom House Entries, of Goods from England and Scotland, will be promptly attended to, and free of charge.

Thanking their customers for the patronage they have hitherto extended to them, they solicit a continuance of public support, being determined to do business at as reasonable rates as Any others in the Trade.

J.S. McCUAIG & Co., Montreal.

p.F. McCUAIG & Co., Kingston.

Kingston, 6th April, 1847.


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Date of Original:
April 7, 1847
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KN.3776
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Kingston Herald (Kingston, ON), April 7, 1847