p.2 letter to editor about Collector of Customs Oliver.
NEWS MARINE LIST.
Port of Kingston - Arrived.
Oct. 30 - Sch. Jesse Woods, St. Catherines, 838 bbls flour; Anne Jane Brown, Port Hope, 1171 bbls do; A. Gage, Hamilton, 2181 bus wheat; Prop. Beagle, Humber, 950 bbls flour; Geo. Moffatt, Clear Creek, 4500 pipe staves; Highland Chief, Port Hope, 531 bbls flour; Juno, Chatham, 7400 staves, 10 bbls ashes; Britannia, Port Darlington, 537 bbls flour, 3 do ashes; Emerald, Oakville, 1830 bus wheat.
Oct. 31 - Str. Prince of Wales, Bay Quinte, 280 bbls flour, 25 do fish, 156 bags peas, 11 bales hops; William IV, Oswego, 388 bbls flour and sundries.
Nov. 1 - Sch. Sarnia, St. Catherines, 1519 bbls flour; Sir Robert Peel, Hamilton, 610 bls flour, 26 kegs butter, 27 bbls ashes; Mayflower, Wellington, 2700 bus wheat; Almida, St. Catherines, 1581 bbls. flour.
Nov. 3 - Sch. Elizabeth, Oakville, 5000 bus wheat, 254 bbls flour; Trafalgar, Hamilton, 700 bbls flour; Princess Royal, do 1534 bbls flour; Willet, Rochester, 147 live hogs, 59 bbls pork; Helena, Sodus, 571 bbls apples, 6 do. pears, 7 do. quinces; Gallot, Henderson Harbor, 95 live hogs.
Nov. 4 - Sch. England, Wellington, 5150 bus wheat; Shamrock, Rond Eau, 4510 bus wheat, 4 bbls pork, 25 kegs butter; Gen. Wolfe, Port Ryerson (sic), 4482 bus wheat, 150 bbls flour.
Nov. 5 - Sch. Kent, Port Ryerse, 840 bbls flour; Olive Branch, Hamilton, 685 do do; Hannah, Cobourg, 575 do; Carrier Dove, St. Catherines, 401 do; Clyde, Bear Creek, 9617 staves, Amherstburg, Detroit and Sandwich, 500 bbls flour, 1892 bus wheat; 33 bbls ashes, 75 firkins butter; Jane and Eliza, Hamilton, 1276 bbls flour.
Nov. 6 - Sch. Wm. H. Merritt, St. Catherines, 686 bbls flour, 112 do Whiskey, 23 do beef, 17 do ashes, 2 machines.
On Lake Ontario, from the schooner William Penn, on her downward passage Tuesday night, A JOLLY BOAT,
Slate colored, quite new, with no name upon it. Any person having found the same, who will return the boat to the undersigned at Garden Island, or give such information as will lead to its recovery, will be suitably rewarded.
Calvin, Cook, & Co.
Garden Island, Nov. 6th, 1845.