p.2 Shipping - The Mayflower, "through line' steamer, took up for Hamilton 541 packages mdze. from Ogdensburgh.
The first load of grain from above arrived here yesterday per Premiere from Wellington.
The steamer Northerner came in yesterday afternoon from Oswego.
The New Era left last evening for Toronto.
The present sailing arrangements for the Maple Leaf will be found in our advertising columns.
The river is clear, and the Ottawa is making regular daily trips between this port and Prescott.
The schooner Queen Victoria arrived yesterday from Ogdensburgh and brought a small quantity of merchandize.
The New and Splendid Upper Cabin Steamer
Capt. Neil Wilkinson,
Will, until further notice, leave Toronto, for Kingston, in connection with the River Mail Steamer for Montreal, every Tuesday and Friday, 12 o'clock, noon, calling (weather permitting), at Darlington, Port Hope and Cobourg.
Returning, will leave Kingston for Toronto, every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon on the arrival of the River Mail Steamer from Montreal, calling (weather permitting) at Cobourg, Port Hope and Darlington.
Will leave Toronto for Hamilton every Thursday and Sunday morning at 8 o'clock; and leave Hamilton for Toronto, on Mondays and Thursdays at 3 o'clock, p.m.
Royal Mail Packet Office, Toronto, April 19th, 1852.
The Through Line - We understand that the intention of the proprietors of the Through Line to call at Cape Vincent instead of at Kingston, has been abandoned, and that the fine steamers of that line will touch at Kingston as usual on their upward as well as downward trips.
We understand that the Bay of Quinte is clear of ice. The Novelty, Capt. Bonter, leaves this morning for Belleville.
Launch - The new steamer "Bay of Quinte" will be launched from the Marine Railway shipyard on Saturday afternoon, at half-past two o'clock.