p.2 The Kingston Bay Regatta - For several years past the Kingston Bay Regatta has really proved a scene of good sport, and consequently, we feel assured that the coming Regatta will not be one jot inferior to its predecessors. The Yachts owned in and about Kingston are very numerous, and their several owners have no little conceit in their sailing qualities. A sailing match is, therefore, the only mode of testing these qualities. We are sadly afrraid that the rowing matches will be complete failures, and the prizes mere gifts. The Barriefield Tailor is out of health, and, moreover, has no racing skiff; and as there is only one good four-oared boat extant, the prize (10 pounds) will, of course, be handed over to its owner. Thus, 22 pounds 10s. of the subscription will be positively thrown away.
Sept. 17th - Schr. P. Edward, Picton, 2340 bushels rye, Brown & Harty.
Schr. Sophia, Port Dover, 10,000 staves, Calvin & Cook.
Schr. Europe, Port Sarnia, 11,000 staves, Calvin & Cook.
Sept. 18th - Brig Breeze, Port Dalhousie, 112 pieces oak timber, Calvin & Cook.
Schr. Fashion, Oswego, salt in barrels and bags, Captain on board.
Str. Northerner, Clayton, passengers and baggage.
Str. Comet, Montreal, 42 boxes tea, J.C.K.
Str. Ireland, Oswego, gen. cargo.
Str. Ontario, Rochester, gen. cargo.
Str. City of Toronto, Toronto, gen. cargo.
Sept. 19th - Str. Cataract, Alexandria Bay, gen. cargo.
Str. Hope, Oswego, 12 tons coal, Macpherson & Crane; gen. cargo.
Schr. Roscoe, Three Mile Bay, 100 bbls. lime, 100 bbls. plaster, 934 bush. barley, Cleveland.
Schr. Lady Bagot, Bear Creek, 13,000 staves, Calvin & Cook.
Barge Brock, Montreal, 1763 bush. salt, H. & S. Jones.
Sept. 17th - Schr. Oregon, Cleveland, 905 bars railway iron, C. & P.R.R. Co.
Barge Osceola, Burlington, 1739 bbls. flour, Canfield and others.
Sept. 18th - Str. Northerner, Sacket's Harbor, gen. cargo.
Str. Ontario, Ogdensburgh, passengers and baggage.
Brig British Queen, Cleveland, 1791 bars railway iron, not mentioned.
Barge Carolina, Burlington, 1419 bbls. flour, Catlin.
Brig New York, Oswego, 185,819 feet lumber and 116 3/4 M. shingles, Owners.