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
CUVILLIER & SONS.
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