p.2 The schooner Lucinda was driven ashore at Port Credit, by the storm of Tuesday, and is expected to be a total wreck. Crew all saved.
The same day the schooner George Henry went ashore above the garrison,at Toronto. The Leader says the crew were saved by means of the life-boat which has been lately purchased for the purpose of aiding shipwrecked sailors. The crew worked well, and were it not for their great exertions several lives might have been lost.
The London Prototype says: - "We regret to learn that evidence has been obtained, implicating the late proprietor of the Forest City - as a particeps criminis -in the destruction, by fire, of that boat, on the night of the 5th ult., at Port Stanley.
Welland Canal - figures on traffic last month. [St. Catherines Constitutional]
Mail Line of Steamers - now running, freight business is busy. [Prescott Telegraph]
p.3 Imports - 12; Exports - 12.
ad for str. Champion, Capt. Sinclair, for Toronto and Hamilton.