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British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 29, 1835

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May 28 - The steamer Thomas McKay, with a heavy load of merchandize for Wm. Wilson and J.D. Bryce & Co. Kingston, and A. Laurie & Co., Toronto.

May 29 - The Rideau, with barge Clara Fisher in tow. On board the steamboat and barges there were 70 passengers. Merchandize, consigned to W. Wilson, J. McLeod, G. Baker, Dr. Short, Kingston; A. Laurie & Co., W. M'Cormick & Co., Shooter & Paterson, Toronto; J. M'Farlane, Port Robinson; Howard & Thomson, Port Hope.


May 27 - The steamer Margaret, with barge Hope in tow, with pork, flour, staves etc. for Montreal.

May 29th - The steamer Thomas McKay with pork, etc. for Wm. Stuart, Bytown.

The barges Mary & Iroquois left Montreal on the 26th. Merchandize.- (a long list of consignees follows.)

The schooner Wm. Buckley, from Cleveland, delivered on the 28th, 500 brls. of Ohio pork for shipment per Canal. W. Ritchie & Co. Montreal.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 29, 1835