Port of Kingston.
July 17th - Str. George Clinton, Oswego, 2 canal boats in tow, E. Chapman.
Schr. Europe, Cleveland, gen. cargo.
Str. Niagara, Ogdensburgh, gen. cargo.
Str. Juno, St. John's, 363 boxes, 8 cases glass, Macpherson & Crane.
July 18th - Schr. St. Cornelia, Pike Creek, 4400 staves, Calvin, Cook & Co.
Schr. Globe, Port Sarnia, 13 bbls. potash, H. Henderson & Co.; 4 bbls. do, Macpherson & Crane.
Capt. Edw. Lawless,
Will ply twice a week, during the season, between KINGSTON and BYTOWN, and vice versa, as follows, touching at all the intermediate ports.
Leaving Kingston every Wednesday morning, at 9 A.M., and Saturday at 12 A.M.
Leaving Bytown, every Monday morning, at 9 A.M., and Thursday evening, at 7 P.M. affording the most direct and expeditious Route to and from the
Passengers leaving Bytown on Monday, will arrive in Kingston in time, the following day, for the splendid Iron steamer Magnet; also, the Bay, American and River Boats.
July 18th, 1849.
Valuable Property For Sale At Portsmouth - the large and substantial wharf, with water lot adjoining, (condition of former sales have not been complied with); from estate of late John McLeod. Thomas Masson, Angus McLeod - Executors.