The prop. Celtic leaves Hamilton on Wednesday for this port.
The schr. America is loading stone at Grindstone Island for Chicago.
The steamer Alexandria begins her trips on Monday next from Trenton to Montreal.
The prop. Scotia, with barley for Oswego is laying at Gunn's dock waiting for a fair wind.
Capt. Taylor, inspector, has officially examined the schr. Loretta Rooney, and graded her A-2.
The schr. B.W. Folger, laden with barley for Oswego, was wind bound at Nine Mile Point yesterday.
Arrivals: schrs. J.H. Breck, Oswego, 601 tons coal; Two Brothers, Capt. T. Crawford, Wolfe Island, hay.
The str. City of Kingston, laying in Cataraqui Bay, near Anglin's dock, will be towed to Davis' shipyard tomorrow.
The steamer Quinte has been fitted out with new boilers and refurnished. She runs between Trenton and Picton.
The schr. Singapore, Capt. Simmods (sic), was towed to Portsmouth this morning by the str. Princess Louise for repairs.
The schr. Jessie H. Breck will, as soon as her coal cargo is discharged, clear for Toledo to load timber for Garden Island.
The schr. Watertown left Portsmouth yesterday for Grindstone Island. She was the first vessel out of the port this season.
The schr. Morwood arrived light from Prescott. After receiving repairs she will proceed to Spanish River and load ties for Chicago. Then she will come to Kingston with grain.
Clearances: schr. B.W. Folger, Oswego, 6,646 bush. barley; steam barge Nile, Cape Vincent, 1,200 ties, 60,000 lath, 198,650 shingles, 10,555 feet lumber; barge Isis, Cape Vincent, 2,300 ties; barge Bedford, Cape Vincent, 2,300 ties.