ADDRESS TO LIEUT. DAVIS R.N.
On Saturday the members of the Corporation with the Mayor at their head, proceeded to the Str. Cherokee, now lying at the Dock Yard, to present the Address voted at the last meeting of the Council, to Lieut. Davis, R.N., on his retiring from the Naval Command on this station, and were received by that hearty welcome so characteristic of the British sailor. After the Address had been delivered by the Mayor, and a short response by Lieut. Davis, he invited his visitors to partake of a cold collation, which was laid out in the Cabin, where they spent a couple of hours in a manner no ways disagreeable. The Mayor and Corporation returned to town about 4 o'clock, much pleased with their reception.
Tolls on Erie Canal - shows changes from 1849 to 1850. [Albany Evening Journal]
FREIGHT AND PASSAGE LINE.
J.A. Glassford & Co.,
Forwarding & Commission Agents,
Hugh McLennan, Agent, Kingston.
Goods and Passengers forwarded by first class Steamers and Barges, to and from all ports on Lake Champlain, Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, & Quebec and Montreal.
HUGH MCLENNAN, WHARFINGER,
FORWARDING & COMMISSION AGENT,