The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 9, 1842


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1842

ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS.

LAKE ONTARIO AND RIVER SAINT LAWRENCE.

The Public are informed that the following are the arrangements for this season:

LAKE ONTARIO,

Between Kingston and Toronto.

Princess Royal, Capt. Colcleugh.

Niagara, Capt. Elmsley.

City of Toronto, Capt. Dick.

From Kingston.

Princess Royal;

7 o'clock Evening, Monday, and 8 o'clock Thursday,

Niagara;

At 8 o'clock Evening, Tuesday and Friday,

City of Toronto;

At 8 o'clock Evening, Wednesday and Saturday,

And arrive at Toronto early next day.

From Toronto.

Niagara;

At 12 o'clock Noon, Monday and Thursday;

City of Toronto;

At 12 o'clock Noon - Tuesday and Friday;

Princess Royal;

At 12 o'clock noon, Wednesday and Saturday;

And arrive at Kingston early next morning.

The above Steamers will leave for Toronto from Mr. J.H. Greer's Wharf, and will call at Cobourg and Port Hope each way.

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RIVER SAINT LAWRENCE,

Between Kingston and Dickinson's Landing,

Brockville, Capt. Maxwell.

Henry Gildersleeve, Capt. Bowen.

From Kingston.

Brockville;

At 9 o'clock A.M., Sunday, Wednesday and Friday,

Henry Gildersleeve.

At 9 o'clock A.M., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday;

From Dickinson's Landing.

Brockville;

At 4 A.M., (or on the arrival of the mail from Montreal) Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday,

Henry Gildersleeve.

do. do. Wednesday, Friday and Sunday,

From arrangements which have been made with the Upper Canada Stage and Steam Boat Company of Montreal, Passengers between Kingston and Montreal, arrive at those places on the afternoon of the second day. The above Boats call at Gananoque, Brockville, Maitland, Prescott, Ogdensburgh, Matilda and Williamsburgh, each way.

Baggage and Parcels at the risk of the owner, unless booked and paid for as freight.

Royal Mail Packet Office, Kingston, April 16th, 1842 and

River St. Lawrence Steam Boat Office, April 16th, 1842.

AGENCY

Warehouse and Shipping,

For Goods, Produce and Property of all kinds, arriving from, or intended for Shipment to American and Canadian Ports, on the Lakes and River St. Lawrence, the Bay of Quinte, Bytown, and other places on the Rideau Canal and Ottawa River, the Store and Wharf lately occupied by Messrs. William Dickinson & Co. Forwarders.

These Premises being Central, Commodious and favourably situated for business, possess every facility for receiving and shipping; and it may be stated as a further inducement to the Mercantile Community, that they have been appointed the place of departure throughout the Season for the Ottawa & Rideau Steam Boats of MacPherson & Crane, and their Schooners & Barges navigating the Rideau Canal, the River St. Lawrence and Lakes Erie and Ontario.

The business will be attended to by the Subscriber, who will devote his best efforts to insure the protection, and prompt despatch of all property entrusted to his care.

Kingston, April 19th, 1842. JAS. WATT.

Custom House business attended to. Pig Iron, Liverpool, St. Ubes and Onandaga Salt, Coal, Whiskey, Flour and Pork constantly on hand for Sale.

FORWARDING - 1842.

The Subscribers, with new and efficient means, will be prepared, at the opening of the navigation, to carry on the FORWARDING BUSINESS between Montreal and Kingston, and intermediate places, via the Ottawa River and Rideau Canal, and River St. Lawrence.

They have secured convenient and extensive storage accommodation at Kingston, for the proper protection of property consigned to them, and trust, that by strict care, punctuality, and despatch in their business, they will merit and receive a share of public support. FERGUSON, MILLAR & Co., Montreal. M'GIBBON, FERGUSON & Co., Kingston & Bytown.

April 9th, 1842

FORWARDING.

THE QUEBEC AND UPPER CANADA FORWARDING COMPANY.

The Company's splendid new Barges are now lying at their Wharf, prepared to receive Goods of all descriptions, destined for Bytown, Kingston, the Upper Lakes, and also intermediate places; as they are to be towed the whole route by steamers, they pledge themselves to give despatch to any property that may be entrusted to their protection for transportation. For further information, apply at the Company's Office, Wellington Wharf, Quebec.

FERGUSON, MILLAR & Co., Montreal.

McGibbon, FERGUSON & Co., Bytown and Kingston.

Quebec, 29th April, 1842.

1842

BAY OF QUINTE.

The Steam Boat

KINGSTON,

Capt. Harrison,

Has commenced her regular Trips between Kingston and the head of the Bay of Quinte, as follows:

Upwards,

leaves Kingston on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 9 o'clock, a.m.

Downwards,

leaves the Head of the Bay on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Touching at the usual places on her way up and down.

Royal Mail Steam Packet Office,

Kingston, April, 1842.

River St. Lawrence

REGULAR LINE OF STEAMERS,

Between Kingston and Montreal.

Through In One Day Without Transhipment!

THE DART,

Captain Welles,

Will leave Kingston every Tuesday, at 3 o'clock P.M., calling at Brockville, Prescott, Ogdensurgh and Coteau du Lac.

THE ERICSON,

Captain Downs,

Will leave Kingston every Thursday, at 12 o'clock noon, calling at Brockville, Prescott, and Coteau du Lac.

THE PROPELLER,

Captain Hayes,

Will leave Kingston every Saturday, at 12 o'clock noon, calling at Brockville, Prescott and Coteau du Lac.

These Boats have superior accommodation for Passengers, and the Captains and Engineers are men of experience.

To give Passengers an opportunity of seeing the splendid scenery of the River St. Lawrence, the Boats of this Line run the Rapids always by daylight.

For freight or passage, apply to SANDERSON & MURRAY.

Kingston, August 16th, 1842.

The Steamboat

PRINCE EDWARD,

Leaves Kingston on the morning of Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at nine o'clock, for the

River Trent,

Calling at the intermediate Ports on the Bay of Quinte.

W.T. JOHNSON, Commander.

Kingston, 10th August, 1842.

LAKE ONTARIO

The Steamer

ST. GEORGE,

Capt. Sutherland,

Will leave Kingston for Niagara, Queenston and Lewiston, (direct,) every TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Evening, at 6 o'clock.

And will leave Niagara for Kingston (direct,) every MONDAY and THURSDAY, at 12 o'clock, noon.

Parcels and Baggage at the risk of the owners unless booked and paid for as freight.

Royal Mail Packet Office,

Kingston, May, 1842.

TRANSPORT DESPATCH.

The Subscribers, in addition to their DAILY LINE of Barges, which are towed by Steamers, all the way to Kingston, have now in operation their

FOUR NEW STEAMERS

viz.:

The Charlotte, Low Pressure,

The Juno, Mercury and Meteor, Fitted up with Ericson's Improved Propelling Engine, new and superior.

And which are to perform the voyage of the Rideau and Ottawa, upward, to Kingston, and downward by the St. Lawrence; by these additional means, with the arrangements entered into,

A Double Daily Line,

for Goods and Passengers, is now offered from their Canal Wharf.

Montreal, Aug. 11th, 1842. McPherson, Crane & Co.

River St. Lawrence

Regular Line of Steamers

Between Kingston and Montreal.

Through In One Day Without Transhipment.

THE DART,

Captain Wells,

Will leave Kingston every Tuesday, at 3 o'clock P.M., calling at Brockville, Prescott, Ogdensurgh and Coteau du Lac.

THE ERICSSON,

Captain Downes,

Will leave Kingston every Thursday, at 12 o'clock noon, calling at Brockville, Prescott, and Coteau du Lac.

THE PROPELLER

Captain Hays,

Will leave Kingston every Saturday, at 12 o'clock noon, calling at Brockville, Prescott and Coteau du Lac.

These Boats have superior accommodation for Passengers, and the Captains and Engineers are men of experience.

To give Passengers an opportunity of seeing the splendid scenery on the River St. Lawrence, the Boats of this Line run the Rapids always by daylight.

For Freight or Passage, apply to Sanderson & Murray.

Kingston, August 17th, 1842.

TRANSPORT.

DIRECT FROM QUEBEC to KINGSTON,

(touching at intermediate places,) thence by Steamers and Schooners to any Port on the Lakes, and vice versa.

The Subscribers established a FORWARDING OFFICE at Quebec last year; since then, and in addition to their former establishment there, they have rented large and convenient premises from James Gibb, Esq. and will be amply prepared on the opening of the Navigation, with Steamers and other Craft, best suited to the Trade, to give despatch to all property entrusted to their care. For further information, apply at any of their Offices at Quebec, Montreal, Bytown, Prescott, or Kingston.

MACPHERSON, CRANE & Co.,

Montreal, April 23rd, 1842.

The Steamer

ST. DAVID,

Through To Montreal In About 24 Hours.

It is the intention of the Proprietors of this well known Boat to run her for passengers until about the 1st of October, from Kingston to Montreal, down the Rapids of the St. Lawrence, returning via Ottawa River and Rideau Canal. As follows:

Leaving Kingston every Wednesday evening, at 3 o'clock,

Gananoque, between 5 and 6 do.

Brockville at 12 o'clock, night.

Prescott and Ogdensburg Thursday morning at 4 o'clock, after the arrival of the Steamer from Oswego.

Cornwall between 8 and 9 do.

Coteau du Lac between 1 and 2 p.m. and arrive at Lachine and Montreal in the evening.

Leaving Montreal Friday afternoon,

Lachine Saturday morning,

Bytown Sunday "

This Boat is well fitted up with Cabins, and manned by a careful and experienced Capt. and Crew, and Engineer. It is now fifteen months since she commenced running. The Boilers have been well tested and the utmost care will be observed for the safety and comfort of the Passengers. No exertions will be wanting to give satisfaction. Travelling Parties of Pleasure will now have an opportunity of taking this new and delightful mode of visiting Montreal, and descending those Rapids which many of them so often admired from the shore.

Application to H. & S. JONES, Kingston and Brockville,

H. JONES & Co., Cana Wharf, Montreal, or to Capt. on board.

Kingston, Aug. 26th, 1842.

1842 Montreal and Kingston 1842

The New Low Pressure Steamboat

CHARLOTTE,

Capt. Marshall,

Will ply regularly during the present Season, between Montreal and Kingston, calling at all the intermediate places, on the Ottawa and Rideau Canals, upwards, and on the St. Lawrence downwards, as follows, viz:

Upwards.

Leaves Montreal every Wednesday at 4 o'clock p.m.

Lachine Thursday morning, very early.

Cascades " " 7 o'clock a.m.

Carillon " " 1 o'clock p.m.

Grenville " " 7 o'clock p.m.

Bytown Friday 9 o'clock a.m.

Kempville Landing " 2 o'clock p.m.

Merrickville " at 7 o'clock p.m.

Smith's Falls " 11 o'clock p.m.

Oliver's Ferry Saturday at 5 o'clock a.m.

Isthmus " at 8 o'clock a.m.

Downwards.

Leaves Kingston every Monday at 2 o'clock p.m.

French Creek " 5 o'clock p.m.

Brockville " 10 o'clock p.m.

Prescott Tuesday at 3 o'clock a.m.

Matilda " 5 o'clock a.m.

Cornwall, Pot Ash Point at 10 o'clock a.m.

Coteau du Lac 3 o'clock p.m.

And arrive at Montreal the same evening, descending the Lachine Rapids.

Passengers preferring to land at Lachine, can be so accommodated.

The Charlotte has accommodation for about Twenty Cabin Passengers, as good as the size of any Vessel capable of passing the Locks on the Ottawa Canals will admit; and the entire Route is performed without Towing.

For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain on Board, or to the Subscribers, at their Establishments in Montreal, Kingston, and Bytown.

McPHERSON & CRANE.

Kingston, July 22nd, 1842.

S

SHIP CHANDLERY.

The Subscriber, Importer of British Patent Cordage, has on hand and for Sale the following:

MANILLA AND TARRED ROPE,

Marline, Houseline, Hamberline, Lead Lines, Signal Halliard do. and Spun Yarn of all sizes.

Also

Packing Yarn for Engines, Oakum, Tar, Pitch and Rosin, with a great variety of Blocks Patent with friction Rollers, and Common Wood Pin Blocks; Lamps, Binnacle Lamps, Compasses, Agate Centres, and Common do. with almost every thing required for the outfit of Sailing Craft.

80 bolts of very superior Canvass, from No. 2 to No. 6. All of which will be sold low, and on Liberal Terms.

M.T. HUNTER,

No. 1 Hardy's Buildings.

Kingston, Feb. 18th, 1842.

PROVINCIAL ROPE FACTORY,

KINGSTON.

The Subscriber, Manufacturer of PATENT CORDAGE, keeps on hand and for sale, Cordage of the following description:

Tarred & Manilla Ropes,

Marine, House Line, Hand Lead Line, Signa Halliard Line, Trace and Halter Rope, Plough and Hambro Lines, Bed Cords and Clothes Lines, Graden and Mason do., Fish Lines and Twine of Different Sizes.

Also, Oakum,

Packing Yarn for Engines, and

Spun Yarn of all Sizes.

The above Cordage is manufactured from the best material, and will be sold on Liberal terms.

Tar, Pitch, and Rosin,

for sale by the Barrel.

JOHN MURRAY

Market Square, Kingston March 10th, 1842


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Date of Original:
Sept. 9, 1842
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 9, 1842