(from originals at Toronto Central Reference Library)
p.1 Internal Trade of the U.S. - mentions canals, Oswego harbour, and Buffalo harbour. (4 columns) [Hunts Merchants Magazine]
p.2 Commerce of Hamilton - tolls from Burlington Canal; imports and exports of Hamilton. [Hamilton Express]
Township of Whitby - facts and figures reported by Collector of Customs. [Toronto Colonist]
Receipts of Breadstuffs for 1842 and 1843 - gives shipments from ports on Lake Erie. [Buffalo paper]
p.3 Died - wife of Luke Shea, Master Shipbuilder for Kingston Marine Railway Company.
BAY OF QUINTE, 1844.
The Steam Boat
PRINCE OF WALES,
Capt. Charles B. Crysler,
Will, on the opening of the Navigation, commence her destined route on the Bay of Quinte, as follows, viz.:
Every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday Evenings, at 6 o'clock.
Every Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday Evenings, at 6 o'clock, and every Thursday Morning at 7 o'clock. Touching at the intermediate places as usual.
And will leave the River Trent & Carrying Place three times a week.
H. Gildersleeve, Agent.
Kingston, 7th March, 1844.
Notice that Kingston Marine Railway Co. annual meeting to be held April 1st.
Charles W. Jenkins, Secretary, 19th Feb., 1844.