The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Feb. 26, 1848

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p.3 Port Hope Harbor - The committee appointed at a public meeting to memorialize the Provincial Government respecting the Port Hope harbor, have performed their duty; already, 1,400 names are attached to it, and we understand it is being numerously signed in Hamilton, Toronto, Peterboro' and the intermediate country. The Province requires a harbor of refuge, and on all hands acknowledge that no spot can be found so suitable as Port Hope.

[Com. Adv. ]

FOR SALE OR TO LET, for a term of years, and possession given on 1st May next, the extensive premises in Kingston, C.W., late the property of James Brown, Jr., known as BROWN'S WHARF - consisting of a large wharf, easy of access, on which are erected extensive Warehouses, covered with metal, and an Office built of brick, also covered with metal; the whole of which are at present occupied by the Quebec Forwarding Company.


Two Warehouses on Ontario Street, well adapted for Groceries or Dry Goods - one of which is now occupied by Mr. John Patterson, the other is vacant. For terms apply to


Montreal, Feb. 22nd,1848.

An Adjourned Meeting of the Stockholders of the Wolf Island Steam Ferry Company will be held at the office of the Subscriber, on Wednesday the 1st day of March next, at 1 o'clock p.m.


Secretary & Treasurer.

Kingston, Feb. 23rd, 1848

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Rick Neilson
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Chronicle & News (Kingston, ON), Feb. 26, 1848