The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 25, 1845


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p.3 The Regatta - Long Island victorious in all rowing matches; Eccles beats Shaw, of Montreal or Quebec.

NEWS MARINE LIST.

Port of Kingston - Arrived.

Sept. 17 - Sch. Nile, Cobourg, 431 bbls flour, 2 bbls potash.

Sept. 18 - Sch. Lady Bagot, St. Catherines, 1517 bbls flour; Chief Justice Robinson, Hamilton, 1387 bbls flour, 16 bbls ashes; Propeller Beagle, St. Catherines, 1,000 bbls flour; Helena, Oswego, 645 bbls flour; Charles Smith, do 450 bbls flour.

Sept. 19 - Sch. Queen Victoria, Stoney Creek, 150 pcs square oak; Lord Seaton, do 150 do do; England, Chatham, 7425 standard staves; Scotia, Stoney Creek, 14,849 staves; Richard Tining, Port Credit, 2041 bushels wheat; Sir Robert Peel, Amherstburgh, 596 bbls flour; General Brock, Port Dalhousie, 106 pcs W.O. Timber; Louisa, Chatham, 7000 feet walnut lumber, 8864 pipe staves, 26 bbls potash; Thames, Port Nelson, 4898 bush wheat; Almida, Sydenham River, 12,000 pipe staves; Rachel, Cleveland, 1002 bbls flour, 85 bbls pork.

Sept. 20 - Sch. H. Ainsworth, Monroe, 4213 bush wheat.

Sept. 22 - Sch. Telegraph, Port Dalhousie, 6500 staves; Amelia, Oakville, 4000 bush wheat; 320 bbl flour; Britannia, Port Credit, 2400 bush wheat; Adventure, Port Stanly, 20 bbls potash, 24 kegs butter, 2380 pipe staves; Ellen Park, Amherstburgh, 7 bbls pork, 330 bush wheat, 892 bush rye, 25 bush potash, 18 hhds leaf tobacco; Surprise, Port Hope, 322 bbls flour, 4 bbls potash; str. Prince of Wales, Bay of Quinte, 23 bbls potash, 56 bbls flour, 50 bags wheat; sch. A. Smith, Oswego, 500 bbls pork; Ellen, Chatham, 5000 pipe staves; Elizabeth, Gosfield, 10,100 staves.

Sept. 23 - Sch. Highland Chief, Toronto, 2000 bush wheat.

Sept. 24 - Illinois, Rochester and Oswego, 480 bbls flour.

SCHOONER FOR SALE.

Will be sold by Auction, on Thursday, 8th October, the Schooner Mariner, about 90 tons burthen, well found in sails, rigging, anchors, chains, etc. The Mariner may be seen any day previous to the sale, moored at Ive's wharf.

Terms made known on the day of the sale. Sale at 12 o'clock noon.

Kingston, Sept. 25th, 1845. J. Linton, Auctioneer.

NOTICE.

The Subscribers have to acquaint the owners of Steam Boats, Schooners and Barges, that they have purchased the

MARINE RAILWAY.

at Portsmouth, within two miles of Kingston, from Mr. Thomas Dissett. They are now prepared to haul out and repair, on the ways, such craft as may require overhauling, on as moderate charges as any other Railway in the Canadas, and by strict attention to business, hope to merit a share of public patronage.

COLLINS & POWER

Portsmouth, Canada West.

16th Sept., 1845.


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Date of Original:
Sept. 25, 1845
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KN.3971
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 25, 1845