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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 5, 1850

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First Arrival This Season.

The Schooner Nightingale arrived yesterday from Oswego, with the following cargo of merchandize, consigned to Mr. Jno. Carruthers, Kingston:

300 bbls. salt.

200 boxes dairy salt.

50 bbls. plaster.

20 bbls. water lime.

112 chests tea.

20 caddies do.

130 boxes starch.

The First Arrival of the Season is the above schooner; the second is that of the steamer Free Trader from Prescott, on its way above. The First Departure of the Season is that of the steamer Commerce from Oswego and Port Stanley. The steamers Magnet and Niagara are expected tomorrow.



Now Lying Above the Cataraqui Bridge.

Will be sold by Auction, at Hunter & Bartliff's, on Saturday 13th inst., at 2 o'clock P.M., the large Barge Cobden, built at Montreal, 1847, 108 Tons burthen; length 99 feet from stem to stern; 18 feet beam by 7 feet hold, round stern and Corvette Built.

Together With

Anchor, Chain, Rigging, Bedding and Furniture, etc.

Terms at sale.

Kingston, April 4th, 1850.

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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 5, 1850