The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 25, 1845

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As the Lachine Canal will not be navigable until after 1st May, the undersigned give notice that all Property sent to their Warehouses at Kingston or elsewhere, previous to that date, for transmission to Montreal or Quebec, will only be received on the express stipulation and understanding hereby conveyed, that it will be at the Owner's risk, and subject, to the Undersigned as Warehousemen, for the following rates of Storage, viz:-

Flour per barrel, 3d.

Pork and Beef do. 4d.

Ashes, do. 6d.

Wheat or other grain, per bushel 1/2 d.

Other things in proportion.

Macpherson, Crane & Co.

Hooker, Henderson & Co.

Murray & Sanderson.

Quebec Forwarding Co'y per Alex. Ferguson, Agent.

S. Hilliard, Agent Pioneer Steam Boat Co.

H. Jones & Co.

18th March, 1845

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 25, 1845