PORT OF KINGSTON - ARRIVED.
Nov. 2nd - Schr. Ontario, South Bay, 36 cords wood.
Clarissa, Port Hope, 915 bbls. flour.
George Moffatt, Oakville, 364 bbls. flour, 2517 bush. wheat.
Lilla, St. Catharines, 1327 bbls. flour, 316 apples, 112 tons shorts, 2995 lbs. hams, 2 casks paints, 3 bbls. 7 bgs. nuts.
3rd - Schr. Prince of Wales, Windsor, 1249 bbls. flour, 766 bush. wheat.
Perry, Whitby, 718 bbls. flour, 62 oatmeal, 125 pork.
4th - Schr. James Coleman, Hamilton, 1800 bbls. flour, 2 ashes, 45 kegs butter.
Str. City of Toronto, 427 bbls. flour, 5 pork.
Schr. Belle, Chatham and Oswego, 25 bbls. beef, 10 ashes, 300 salt, 274 tallow, 3 hhds. do., 5 sacks wool, 12 rolls leather, 1 hhd. hams.
C.P. Thomson, Chatham, 4369 bush. wheat, 28 bbls. ashes, 200 flour.
6th - Schr. Lord Durham, Oshawa, 47 bbls. pork, 21 ashes, 544 flour, 463 bush. wheat.
Wm. Penn, Amherstburg, 36,000 staves, 72 bbls. apples, 3 1/2 fish.
Oddfellow, Bronte, 323 bbls. flour, 2683 bush. wheat.
8th - Schr. Pomona, Hamilton and Oswego, 2452 bbls. flour, 26 bbls. pork, 4 ashes, 500 salt.
Rose, Darlington, 213 bbls. flour, 22 pork, 33 tons bran.
Maid of the Mill, Port Hope, 1224 bbls. flour, 70 oatmeal, 6 ashes, 6 pork, 35 kegs butter, 635 bush. wheat.
9th - Schr. Mayflower, Oswego, 100 bbls. salt.
Jane Ann Marsh, Port Hope, 1592 bbls. flour, 139 oatmeal, 25 whisky, 452 bush. peas, 1146 oats, 47 tons bran.
Canada, Sackett's Harbor.
Ocean, Oshawa, 1179 bbls. flour, 28 ashes, 38 pork, 4 kegs butter.
10th - Schr. Sovereign, Hamilton, 1060 bbls. flour.
For Liverpool Direct From Lake Ontario - The brigantine Lilla, of about 300 tons burthen, owned by Capt. Hunter and built at Portsmouth, near this city, has proceeded down the river, and will complete her cargo and outfit at Montreal, with the view of proceeding to Liverpool. An experiment of this kind has been often spoken of, but the Lilla is the 1st lake vessel which has actually been sent down the river for the purpose of an ocean voyage. We have not yet heard of her arrival at Montreal. A report was in circulation this morning that she grounded in the Lachine Rapids, but we think without any foundation. It is highly improbable, to say the least, that a descent of the Lachine Rapids would be attempted.