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Kingston News (Kingston, ON), July 13, 1846


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p.2 The Steamer London - The following extract from the Detroit Free Press of the 25th ultimo, shows that the London maintains her position as one of the "crack boats" of the upper lake, although fears were entertained that the erection of the upper deck cabin would diminish her speed:-

"We see that the fine steamer London, Capt. Van Allen, is out again for the season with a splendid new upper deck cabin, and everything else "accordingly." Her last trip from Buffalo was done up in gallant style, and one of the shortest ever made, being of some twenty-three and a half hours from port to port. Success to her and her efficient and gentlemanly officers."

p.3 Another New Steamboat - We are happy to learn that it is the intention of Messrs. McPherson & Crane to contract immediately for the construction of a large and powerful Steamboat between Bytown and Grenville. This Boat is to be built at this place, and is to be ready for business next Spring. - there can be no doubt about this. [Bytown Packet]

News Marine List.

Port of Kingston - Arrived.

June 30th - Schr. Edith, Port Hope, 6041 bush. Wheat, 3 bbls. Potash; Schr. Maid, Humber, 1450 bbls. Flour.

July 1st - Stmr. Ireland, Toronto, 1445 bbls. Flour, 118 bbls. Pork, 16 bbls. of Beef; Schr. Jessie, St. Catherines, 327 bbls. Flour, 4200 bush. Wheat; Schr. Merchant Miller, St. Catherines, 1488 bbls. Flour; Schr. W.H. Merritt, Thorold, 1039 bbls. Flour; Schr. Defiance, Toronto, 18,666 Bricks; Bark Grampus, Hamilton, 239 pcs. Oak; Stmr. Island Queen, Schr. Queen Victoria, Port Dalhousie, 133 pcs. Oak; Schr. Colonel Powers, Oswego.

July 3rd - Schr. Perry, Windsor, 797 bbls. Flour; Prop. London, Humber, 822 bbls. Flour; Schr. Ellen, Port Hope, 300 bbls. Flour, 2286 bush. Wheat; Prop. Adventure, Humber, 683 bbls. Flour.

July 4th - Schr. Hannah, Cobourg, 600 bbls. Flour, 5 bbls. Ashes; Schr. Emerald, Port Hope, 500 bbls. Flour, 5 tons Bran; Schr. Sarnia, Chatham, Staves; Schr. Prince of Wales, Windsor, 617 bbls. Flour, 4300 Staves; Schr. Brothers, Windsor, 617 bbls. Flour; Schr. J.C. Robinson, 1045 bbls. Flour; Schr. Trafalgar, Oakville, 3000 bush. Wheat, 35 bbls. Pork; Schr. Amelia, RondEau, 11,133 Staves; Schr. William Penn, 95 pcs. Oak; Schr. Hannah Counter, Port Dalhousie, 75 pcs. Oak; Schr. Lord Durham, Oshawa, 1954 bush. Wheat, 200 bbls. Flour; Schr. Ardelia, Oakville, 750 bbls. Flour; Schr. Nile, Cobourg, 469 bbls. Flour.

July 6th - Brig. Liverpool, Port Dalhousie, 223 pcs. Oak; Schr. Lord Seaton, Port Dalhousie, 109 pcs. Oak; Scow Old Square Toes, Chatham, 130 bbls. Flour, 53 bbls. Ashes, 68 casks Peas; Schr. Thames, Hamilton, 1250 bbls. Flour; Schr. Waterloo, Toronto, 3850 bush. Wheat, 38 bbls. Flour; Schr. Ottawa, Hamilton, Sundries; Schr. Carrier Dove, Port Credit, 1652 bush. Wheat, 109 bbls. Flour; Schr. Highland Chief, Thorold; Schr. Sir Robert Peel, Hamilton, 3000 Staves; Schr. England, Hamilton, 15532 feet Walnut, 1100 Staves, 2983 bush. Wheat; Schr. Elizabeth, Hamilton, 952 bbls. Flour, 19 bbls. High Wines; Schr. Mary, Rochester, 250 bbls. Flour; Schr. Isabella, Darlington, 752 bbls. Flour, 50 bbls. Pork; Schr. Concord, Oakville, 677 bbls. Flour, 32 bbls. Pork; Schr. George Moffat, Oakville, 3124 bush. Wheat, 95 bbls. Flour; Schr. Princess Royal, Gosfield, 10,000 staves; Schr. M. Cook, Port Dalhousie, 99 pcs. Timber; Schr. Sovereign, Hamilton, 1221 bbls. Flour; Schr. General Brock, Port Dalhousie, 102 pcs. Oak; Schr. Sir Charles Bagot, Chatham, 11,000 Staves; Schr. Royal Tar, Port Stanley, 12,420 ft. Walnut, 6 bbls. Ashes, 183 bush. Wheat, 770 bbls. Flour; Schr. Elizabeth, Port Glasgow, 10,025 Staves; Brig. British Queen, Cleveland, 895 bbls. Flour, 4 casks Ham, 2088 bbls. Pork, 20 bbls. Lard; Schr. Doreil, Rochester, 501 bbls. Flour.


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July 13, 1846
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Kingston News (Kingston, ON), July 13, 1846