April 30th - Str. Cataract, Rochester, gen. cargo.
Scow J. Morton, Sackett's Harbor, 1 lot household furniture, P.D. Bennet.
Schr. Britannia, Picton, potatoes, barley, wheat, and furniture, J. Anderson; 1000 pieces cedar lath, H. Hicks.
Str. City of Toronto, Toronto, gen. cargo.
Schr. E. Bronson, Oswego, 101 bbls. flour, D. McIntosh.
Schr. Victory, Oswego, 1 lot blocks and 15 bbls. salt, Thomas Polleg.
Will leave Kingston for Montreal, on her first trip, on Thursday, (Today) 2nd inst., at Two o'clock p.m., and Montreal for Toronto, on Saturday afternoon.
Commercial Wharf. Kingston, 1st May, 1850.
WAREHOUSING, FORWARDING & COMMISSION AGENCY.
The Quebec Forwarding Company having discontinued business, the undersigned, their Kingston Agent, now assumes the same, and with that view has leased, in addition to the premises occupied by them, the neighboring large Fire-proof Warehouse, whereby Storage equal, at least, to any in the City, is secured.
The Steamer Princess Victoria, with 4 first class Barges, will run between Kingston and Quebec, and arrangements have been made with owners of Steamers Gildersleeve, Erie, England, Scotland, Prince of Wales and Earl Cathcart, to carry both up and down Freight, via Lake, River and Bay, and with Proprietors of other suitable Craft to carry via Rideau Canal and Lake Champlain.
In connection with the Warehousing and Forwarding Business, the Subscriber will carry on a Commission Agency, and liberal advances will be made on Produce and Merchandize, consigned to his care.
Kingston, 23rd April, 1850.