p.2 The Jefferson & Dallas - These revenue steamers are now in Montreal. On Saturday an address was presented by the members of the City Council to the officers in charge, suited to the occasion of the first descent of the St. Lawrence by vessels bearing the American flag, and a reply returned in which the attention received by the latter during their visit are handsomely acknowledged.
p.3 Movements of the Commander of the Forces - His Excellency Lt. General Sir Benjamin D'Urban arrives at Toronto aboard Cherokee; it will return to Kingston; "Capt. Fowell returns to England next week, leaving Lieut. Davis, R.N., in command of the Cherokee; while the command of the Lakes devolve upon Lieutenant Harper, of the Minos, as the senior officer. The Minos is in commission on Lake Erie." [Colonist]
PORT OF KINGSTON.
July 6th - Str. Passport, Montreal.
Schr. Merchant Miller, St. Catharines, 1326 bbls. flour, 6 tons shorts.
Scotland, Toronto, 1715 bbls. flour, 6 ashes.
Prop. James Wood, Alexandria.
Str. Rochester, Ogdensburg.
Str. Cataract, Lewiston.
Str. Canada, Montreal.
7th - Brig Liverpool, Port Dalhousie, 200 pcs. oak.
Str. Prince of Wales, Bay Quinte.
Prop. Adventure, Toronto.
Str. Queen Victoria, Bay Quinte.
Str. Magnet, Hamilton.
Str. Sovereign, Lewiston.
Str. Ontario, Oswego.
Sloop Pigeon, Clayton, 10 cords tan bark.
Str. Cataract, Ogdensburg.
Str. Lady of the Lake, Lewiston.
8th - Scow Hammond, 28 cords tan bark.
Str. City of Kingston, Montreal.
Schr. General Wolfe, Peach Island, 10,000 staves.
Ocean, Oshawa, 1139 bbls. flour, 38 ashes, 6 kegs butter, 1152 bush. wheat.