p.1 (only 2 pages)
- boatman drowns at Counter's wharf after making fast the rope of a schooner.
p.2 The Steamer St. George met with a serious accident below French Creek last night, by running against a rock. The water poured in so fast that it was with difficulty she was got into shoal water before sinking. Capt. Harper was left at Kingston unwell.
Jacob Bonter, Master,
Will leave the Carrying Place, on Tuesday and Friday mornings, at 3 o'clock, touching at the River Trent, Ameliasburgh, Belleville, Sophiasburgh, Culbertson's, Scanlan's Wharf, Hallowell, Adolphustown, Fredericksburgh, and Bath - to Kingston. Will leave Kingston same day at 6 P.M. touch at Fairman's, Gananoque, Brockville, and arrive at Prescott in time for the Steam Boat for Montreal.
Will leave Prescott every Wednesday and Saturday P.M. immediately after the arrival of the steam boat from below; touching at Brockville, French Creek, and arrive at Kingston early next morning.
Will leave Kingston every Monday and Thursday morning at 9 o'clock, touching at the intermediate places, and arrive at the Carrying Place same evenings, in time to meet the stages for Cobourg, Port Hope, and Toronto.
All Packages and Luggage at the risk of the owner, unless given in charge of the Purser and Booked.
Every attention will be paid to the comfort of passengers, and the Boat is well adapted to take Freight, Horses, etc., etc.
May 27th, 1836.
(missing issues until Oct. 7th)