The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 22, 1858

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p.2 The America - arrives in Montreal from Hamilton under Capt. Willoughby, drawing 8 1/2 feet at stern.

p.3 Imports - 19,20; Exports - 19,21.

Notice - FORWARDING - MacPherson & Co's Freight Line - Cheapest Freight Route to all parts of Canada and the Western States, Connecting by Steamboat and Railroad between Montreal, Kingston, Toronto, Hamilton, London, Chatham, Windor, Sarnia, & Goderich; also, per Propellers, to Cleveland, Detroit, Milwaukie and Chicago.

The Subscribers beg to inform the Merchants of Montreal, Canada West, and the Western States, that they are prepared to Forward with despatch all descriptions of Freight, at the Lowest Through Rates, to all the above-named places.

Apart from their Steamers, they have a number of Barges, for the conveyance of Grain and Heavy Freight between Quebec, Montreal, Ogdensburg and Kingston; and are prepared to Contract for the Transport of Railway and Pig Iron, Salt, etc.

For Freight, apply to John Macpherson & Co., Canal Wharf, Montreal.

Capt. Charles Perry and G.H. Wyatt, Toronto.

Edward Browne, Hamilton.

Joseph Doyle and G.M. Kinghorn, Kingston.

D.C. Thomson, Quebec.

Montreal, May 24th, 1858

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 22, 1858