p.2 Shipping News - At Carruthers' wharf - The sloop Greyhound took a cargo of salt last evening for Gananoque and the Kitty Friel left at the same time for the Rideau with salt and corn meal. The schooner Belle, from Oswego, arrived last night with 500 quarter boxes and 1,000 half boxes raisins, 60 packages of prunes, 6 hhds snuff and 500 sacks of corn meal. The Rochester left last evening with 100 barrels of salt for Northport, and a general cargo for Picton.
At Swift's wharf - The steamer Magnet passed down this morning, and the Spartan up yesterday.
At Gurney and Glidden's wharf - The schr Irene has completed loading lumber for Oswego, and is awaiting a favorable wind, and the Annie Minnes, with cordwood for Toronto, delayed her departure for the same cause, but finally left this afternoon.
The propeller Enterprise arrived this morning from Port Dalhousie.
A smart little schooner called the Clara White, and intended for the grain trade, is getting up her rigging at Chaffey's wharf. She was built at Dog Lake by Mr. Christopher Harris (Harrison ?). Another small schooner, the Laurel, built at Oliver's Ferry, is also rigging near the same wharf.
The Louise - The steamer Louise, on the route between Kingston and Ottawa, did not arrive yesterday, being detained in Ottawa to repair a crack in her boiler, but it is expected that she will resume her trips on Friday next. The steamer Champlain, on her way to the Ottawa, where she is to be stationed for towing, touched here and took on the cargo for Ottawa, awaiting the Louise, and several passengers.