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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 30, 1850


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Port of Kingston.

April 27th - Str. Ontario, Ogdensburgh, passengers and baggage.

Str. Bay State, Lewiston, gen. cargo.

Schr. R. Bruce, Port Milford, rye, peas, corn, cider and oats, R. McCutcheon and others.

April 28th - Str. Free Trader, Hamilton, 74 casks cider, Browne.

April 29th - Brig Portland, Toledo, 1341 bbls. mess pork, 1092 bbls. lard, 100 bbls. grease, 12 bbls. bacon, 100 casks bacon, 106 bbls. oil, McPherson & Crane; 1/2 bbl. pork, 1/2 bbl. corn meal, 1/2 bbl. buckwheat flour, 1 chest bedding, Mrs. Thumb.

Schr. Acorn, Toledo, 1000 bbls. pork, 20 casks hams, H. & S. Jones.

Schr. Shilema, Bear Creek, 19,044 standard staves, Calvin, Cook & Co.

Schr. New Brunswick, Fair Port, 20,000 staves, Calvin, Cook & Co.

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WAREHOUSING, FORWARDING & COMMISSION AGENCY.

1850

D. McINTOSH.

Having leased the Stores occupied by the Quebec Forwarding Company, together with the neighboring Marine Railway large Fire-Proof Warehouse, is now enabled to offer storage unsurpassed in this city. When he has completed his shipping arrangements, which he is fast hurrying forward, he will announce his means of transport in detail. They will be such as to ensure the speedy despatch of property to any part of Canada or the United States.

PRODUCE AND MERCHANDIZE will be sold by him on Commission, and liberal advances made on Consignments.

Having been for several years Agent for the Quebec Forwarding Company, he flatters himself to be so favorably known as to induce the hope that he will receive a fair share of public support.

Kingston, April 30th, 1850.

The Royal Mail Steamer

SOVEREIGN,

Capt. N. Wilkinson,

Will leave Kingston for Toronto and Hamilton (calling at Cobourg and Port Hope, weather permitting) every Monday and Thursday at 3 P.M. on the arrival of the River Mail Boat. Will leave Hamilton for Toronto every Tuesday and Friday, at 2 P.M., and Toronto for Kingston, calling at Port Hope and Cobourg, every Wednesday and Saturday at noon.

Clergymen and Students of any of the Universities or Colleges, having certificates of their being such, carried at Half Price.

Royal Mail Office,

Toronto, April 27th, 1850.

1850

RIDEAU & OTTAWA ROUTE.

The Steamers Prince Albert, Capt. Friel, and Beaver, Capt. Fenwick, (commencing on the opening of the navigation,) will run as follows between Bytown and Kingston:-

STEAMER PRINCE ALBERT,

Upwards.

Leaving

Bytown Monday and Thursday mornings at 7 o'clock.

Long Island " " 10 a.m.

Beckett's " " 12 1/2 p.m.

Burritt's " " 2 p.m.

Merrickville " " 5 p.m.

Kilmarnock " " 6 p.m.

Smith's Falls " " 8 p.m.

Oliver's Ferry " " 10 p.m.

Isthmus, Tuesdays and Fridays 1 a.m.

Jones' Falls " " 3 a.m.

Upper Brewer's " " 6 a.m.

Arriving

At Kingston Wednesdays and Saturdays (sic) 10 a.m.

Downwards

Leaving

Kingston on Tuesdays and Fridays at 3 o'clock, p.m.

Upper Brewer's do. do. 7 do.

Jones' Falls do. do. 10 do.

Isthmus do. do. 12 night.

Oliver's Ferry Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 a.m.

Smith's Falls do. do. 5 do.

Kilmarnock do. do. 7 do.

Merrickville do. do. 8 do.

Burritt's do. do. 10 do.

Beckett's do. do. 11 1/2 do.

Long Island do. do. 2 p.m.

Arriving

at Bytown Wednesdays and Saturdays 5 p.m.

STEAMER BEAVER

Upwards.

Leaving

Bytown Wednesdays and Saturdays mornings at 7 o'clock.

Long Island " " 10 a.m.

Beckett's " " 12 1/2 p.m.

Burritt's " " 2 p.m.

Merrickville " " 5 p.m.

Kilmarnock " " 6 p.m.

Smith's Falls " " 8 p.m.

Oliver's Ferry " " 10 p.m.

Isthmus, Thursdays and Sundays 1 a.m.

Jones' Falls " " 3 a.m.

Upper Brewer's " " 6 a.m.

Arriving

At Kingston Thursdays and Sundays 10 a.m.

Downwards.

Leaving

Kingston Mondays and Thursdays at 3 o'clock, p.m.

Upper Brewer's do. do. 7 do.

Jones' Falls do. do. 10 do.

Isthmus do. do. 12 night.

Oliver's Ferry Tuesdays and Fridays at 3 a.m.

Smith's Falls do. do. 5 do.

Kilmarnock do. do. 7 do.

Merrickville do. do. 8 do.

Burritt's do. do. 10 do.

Beckett's do. do. 11 1/2 do.

Long Island do. do. 2 p.m.

Arriving

at Bytown Tuesdays and Fridays 5 p.m.

By this arrangement, passengers leaving Montreal on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays, will get a boat from Bytown the following morning. Those leaving on Saturdays will spend Sunday in Bytown, and leave the Monday morning with the Prince Albert. Passengers by either of these steamers will arrive at Kingston in time to take the Lake, Bay or American Steamers the same day; those downwards, may take the Phoenix for Montreal the morning after arrival in Bytown. Passengers for the St. Lawrence arrive at Beckett's in time to go to Prescott by day light, and those from Prescott can leave in the morning and meet the steamer at Beckett's. For Freight or passage apply to the Captains on board, or for the Beaver to McPherson & Crane, Kingston & Bytown.

For the Prince Albert to Edward Smith, Esq., Bytown, or to H. McLennan, Kingston.

April, 1850.

1850

OTTAWA ROYAL MAIL LINE.

Between Bytown and Montreal.

Through By Daylight.

The commodious anad beautiful Steamer

PHOENIX, - Capt. A. Patterson,

Between Bytown and Grenville.

And the Elegant and Fast New Steamer

LADY SIMPSON, - Capt. W.R. Shepherd,

Between Carillon and Lachine.

The above vessels will, on the opening of the navigation, commence to ply daily (Sundays excepted,) leaving Bytown at 6 a.m. and Lachine at 8 a.m., (or on the arrival of the 7 1/2 a.m. Train from Montreal.)

The passage between Bytown and Quebec will be made in 22 hours down and 26 hours up.

Bytown, 25th April, 1850.


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Date of Original:
April 30, 1850
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KN.5945
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Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 30, 1850