French Creek and Cape Vincent
Capt. M'Gill Chambers.
Will leave Kingston for Cape Vincent, calling at French Creek, on Monday Morning, 19th inst., at 9 o'clock.
Kingston, April 17, 1852.
Will leave Kingston for Toronto on Monday next, 19th instant, at 3 o'clock P.M. and (weather permitting) will call at the intermediate Ports.
Kingston, 16th April, 1852. Commercial Wharf.
The steamer Prince Albert reached Gananoque last evening from Ogdensburgh, where she was to remain all night, and endeavor to reach this city this morning. Her passengers came on by stage last evening.
A SPRING WALK THROUGH KINGSTON AND ITS NEIGHBORHOOD
IMPROVEMENTS, PROSPECTS, ETC.
Mr. Richard Scobell has lately greatly enlarged and improved his Wharf; it now measures 124 feet in front and 140 feet deep; it has also been filled in, rendering it a solid and endurable structure. He is also erecting on the premises a fire-proof Stone Warehouse, with iron shutters etc. Its dimensions will be 80 by 40 feet, and 24 feet high. Messrs. Miller & Brothers have leased all Mr. Scobell's premises, including wharf, new warehouse and dwelling-house - Mr. Scobell only retaining the pork-packing house and the potash-inspecting house. The very extensive stores belonging to this establishment are at the present time filled to overflowing with native produce. We can hardly venture to hazard a conjecture as to the number of barrels of pork which are there stowed away, but we should think there are considerably over a thousand; this, however, is mere guess-work; we had no opportunity of ascertaining correctly.....