p.3 Death of James Henderson, of Henderson, Hooker & Co.; from gout and rheumatism. [Montreal Courier]
Notwithstanding that the Harbor of Kingston has been clear of ice for nearly a Fortnight, there have been but two arrivals in port. That of the Steamer America has been already mentioned. Yesterday a small Schooner of about 60 tons arrived from above laden with Flour and Pork. On Tuesday, the Schooner England proceeded upwards, and yesterday four Schooners belonging to Calvin Cook & Co. sailed up.
Of that Beautiful Craft the Brigantine
On Thursday, the first May next, at the Pioneer Company's Wharf, Kingston, this admirable Vessel, with her Rigging, Sails, Boats, Anchors, Chains, Cables and other Appurtenances, will be sold by Public Auction, without reserve.
The Subscriber, in calling the attention of persons connected with the Carrying Trade, to this Sale, feels it quite unnecessary to describe the sailing properties, or other capabilities of a Vessel which since her launch has been the admiration of Seamen on the Canadian waters. She is just in her prime, and well calculated for the general trade of the Lakes.
Terms - One fourth of the purchase money, CASH: the remainder at 4, 8, 12 months, in approved endorsed Notes, to the satisfaction of the Seller.
Sale at 12 o'clock.
Thomas Greer, Auctioneer.
Kingston, March 18th, 1845.
Auction Sale of Cordage, Ship Chandlery, etc. - On Tuesday, 1st of April, will be sold, without any reserve, at the stores of Messrs. Macpherson & Crane, foot of Clarence St.,
43 double and single Iron Strapped Blocks, from 8 to 14 inches.
8 snatch, fiddle and heart Blocks assorted sizes.
16 double and single Wood Pins, from 5 to 10 inches.
53 Dead Eyes, Iron strapped, from 5 to 9 inches.
44 Dead Eyes, not strapped, assorted sizes.
6 coils Hemp Rope, from 2 3/4 to 4 inch.
6 coils Tarred Rope, from 2 1/2 to 5 inches.
2 doz. Hambro Lines.
With various other articles.
Sale at 11 o'clock.
Thomas Greer, Auctioneer. Kingston, 25th March, 1845.