The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 24, 1844

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p.2 Riot on the Canal - fighting along canal between Thorold and St. Catharines; troops sent in [St. Catharines Journal, Sept 20th]

Opening of Union Suspension Bridge at Bytown - steamer Vulcan chartered to bring visitors from Kingston and Rideau Canal, and Porcupine chartered to bring people from Montreal and Ottawa River. [Bytown Gazette]

p.3 NOTICE - FOR SCHOONER FREIGHT - Tenders wanted for delivering a small schooner load of good steam-boat coal to Penetanguishene. Kingston Dock Yard.


Whereas some evil disposed person or persons having put forth to the public that the Undersigned had disposed of his Stock and Interest in the People's Forwarding Line, he takes this method of contradicting the same, and of stating that the People's Line are prepared to forward with despatch and safety any Property entrusted to them - at the lowest prices, as they are not a party to the tariff recently established by other Forwarders.


Sept. 20th, 1844.

ad - Freight Rates after Sept. 1, signed by Henderson, Hooker & Co., H. Jones & Co., Murray & Sanderson, L. Hilliard - agent of Pioneer S.B. Co., Macpherson & Crane, George Bothwalk - agent for Toronto & St. Lawrence Steam Navigation Co.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 24, 1844