p.2 Marine Intelligence
Business is dull in the harbour, there being no arrivals to report this morning.
The schr. Richardson, which had to put back on account of heavy weather, was discovered to be leaking, and her cargo is being discharged into the Acacia for shipment to Windsor.
The prop. East has gone up the lake for the Canal, and the Africa was to leave today. The Georgian has gone down the river with her cargo, to await the opening of the canal in order to proceed to Montreal. The prop. Kincardine left Belleville this morning to make her regular trip to Oswego via Kingston.
Port Colborne, April 22nd - Up: schrs. Ontario of Montreal, Port Colborne, Bay City, light; Canada, Port Dalhousie, Toledo, light; T.R. Merritt, do., do., light; brig. L. Cook, Kingston, Toledo, ice; schrs. China, Kingston, Bay City, light; Starling, Toronto, Meaford, light; Marysburg, do., do., light; Westside, Oswego, Chicago, coal; Hungerford, Ogdensburg, Toledo, stone; Dashing Wave, do., Buffalo, iron ore; Florida, Oswego, Chicago, coal; Trinidad, Port Huron, Chicago, coal; Southampton, Kingston, Bay City, light; Dundee, Toronto, do., light; Arabian, Kingston, Milwaukee, stone.
Down: prop. Brooklyn, Toledo, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schrs. Amandel, Bay City, Collinsby, staves; Smith, Hamilton, Oswego, wheat; barge Albany, Bay City, Ogdensburg, lumber; F. Lester, Port Huron, do., do.; John Mark, Bay City, do., do.; steambarge Glasgow, do., do., do.
Vessels in harbour wind-bound: schrs. Southampton, brig J. Peerless, L. Cook, schrs. Marysburg, Starling, Ontario, Union Jack, Thos. R. Merritt, M.R. Goffe, barge Arabia, Malta, schrs. Samuel Cook, L.C. Trumpff, Dundee.