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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 25, 1851

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Will be prepared to forward, by Steam, to Montreal and Quebec, at one and the same time, on the immediate opening of the St. Lawrence, Produce of every kind, equal in quantity, to 12,000 barrels of Flour.

The craft to be employed by him are all new, of the strongest description, and the best adapted for river navigation.

Having secured a large amount of inward freight, he can afford to carry, and will carry, during the season, Agricultural Produce, Staves, etc., from Kingston, at the same rates as from Prescott or Ogdensburgh; and for the better security of property entrusted to him, his vessels will pass both upward and downward through the Canals.

No charge to be made, for Wharfage or Storage, on consignments to him, excepting under special agreements.

Kingston, 24th March, 1851.

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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 25, 1851