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

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By-Law to Regulate the Public Market in the City of Kingston.

Schedule C.

Pds. s. d.

For every vessel above 2 tons burthen, for each arrival,

when not loaded with wood, 0 2 6

For every vessel under 2 tons burthen, for each arrival,

when not loaded with wood, 0 1 3

For every Punt, Skiff, or Canoe, for each arrival, 0 0 7 1/2

For every Cord of firewood brought in Vessels, Rafts,

Cribs or Drams, 0 0 1

For every 1000 superficial feet of lumber so brought, 0 0 3

Rafts for every arrival when unloaded here, per dram. 0 1 0


M. FLANAGAN, City Clerk.

p.3 Rideau Canal - We have great pleasure in announcing that the Rideau Canal is open. The Steamer Prince Albert is expected to arrive from Bytown this day.

ads for steamers Prince of Wales, Magnet, Ontario, Cataract. April 25th, 1851.


The Steamer


Capt. Fenwick.

Will leave Macpherson & Crane's Wharf foot of Princess Street on Monday 28th inst., at 3 o'clock P.M. for Bytown.

Kingston, April 25th, 1851.

The Steamer


Capt. Putnam,

Will leave the Commercial Wharf for Montreal and intermediate ports, (through the same day,) on Saturday morning, 26th April at 5 1/2 o'clock.

Kingston, April 25th, 1851.




United States Mail Line.

Northerner Capt. R.F. Child.

Ontario Capt. H.N. Throop.

Bay State Capt. J.H. Ledyard.

Cataract Capt. Chapman.

Rochester, between Lewiston and Hamilton, Capt. J. Masson, in connection with the British Queen, Capt. Laflamme, and British Empire, Capt. Moody, will form a daily line, (Sundays excepted) between Hamilton, Lewiston, Rochester, Oswego, Kingston, Ogdensburgh, and Montreal, landing at intermediate Ports.

Downwards - Leave

Hamilton, (C.W.) 7 A.M.

Lewiston 4 P.M.

Rochester 10 P.M.

Oswego 8 A.M.

Sackets Harbor 11 A.M.

Kingston, C.W. 2 1/2 P.M.

Upwards - Leave

Montreal 5 P.M.

Ogdensburgh 7 P.M.

Kingston 8 A.M.

Sackets Harbor 11 A.M.

Oswego 4 P.M.

Rochester 8 P.M.

Arriving at Lewiston at 4 A.M.

The Cars for Niagara Falls and Buffalo (connecting with the Steamers from Buffalo) leave Lewiston daily at the usual hour of the arrival of the Steamers of this Line.

The Steamer Rochester leaves Lewiston Daily at 1/2 P.M. for Hamilton, C.W. and a Steamer for Toronto at the same time.

Oswego and Syracuse Railroad

A Train of Cars leaves Oswego for Albany at the usual hour of arrival of the Steamers from Lewiston and Ogdensburgh; and the Morning Train from Syracuse arrives at Oswego in time to connect with the Steamer for Kingston, Ogdensburgh and Montreal, and the Morning Express Train from Albany connects with the 2 P.M. train at Syracuse, and arrives at Oswego in time for the Steamer for Rochester, Niagara Falls and Buffalo.

Buffalo, Niagara Falls and Lewiston Railroads.

There are two Trains of Cars Daily from Buffalo to Niagara Falls - and one Daily Train from Niagara Falls to Lewiston, leaving the Falls at 2 o'clock P.M., and connecting directly with the evening Mail Steamer.

Passengers taking the Morning Express Train of Cars at Albany can leave Oswego same afternoon, and arrive at Niagara Falls five hours in advance of the Express Train via Buffalo, and at Buffalo in time for breakfast next morning.

Passengers from Niagara Falls in the afternoon will arrive at Albany next afternoon in time for the boats for New York and the eastern cars for Boston.

Passengers will also arrive at Montreal in time for the Steamers for Quebec and Lake Champlain.

April, 1851.

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