p.2 petition of Thomas Dalton of York to the Provincial Parliament of Upper Canada - to import from the sea oysters, crabs, cod, turbot and soles and place them in inland waters to provide for future fishing. (half a column)
On the Want of Public Spirit - with all its advantages Kingston should be far more important than it is; one example of lack of spirit was the failure to raise a Forwarding Co. last fall.
H.M. Dock Yard, Kingston, U.C.
11th February, 1834.
Notice is hereby given that sealed Tenders will be received at my office until Monday the 24th February next, from any Person or Persons willing to contract for the forwarding of Naval Stores, Provisions, Private Goods, etc. to and from Kingston and Montreal, viz:
From the Naval Depot at Montreal into the Storehouses at Kingston, by the Rideau Canal.
From the Naval Depot at Montreal into the Storehouses at Kingston, by the River St. Lawrence.
From the Storehouses at Kingston into the Naval Depot at Montreal, by the Rideau Canal.
From the Storehouses at Kingston into the Naval Depot at Montreal, by the River St. Lawrence.
The Tenders to express the Rate in Sterling Money - the Dollar at 4s. 4d. Sterling, and to be opened at my office at 10 o'clock on Monday the 24th instant. - Two Sureties will be required whose names must be inserted in the Tender.