p.2 Marine Intelligence
Jones & Millar's wharf - prop. Prussia, from Chicago, 4,000 bush. wheat.
Montreal Transportation Company - prop. Africa, Milwaukee, 4,023 bush. wheat; schr. W.A. Muir, Chicago, 18,685 bush. wheat; tug Benson, with barges Wheat Bin, Harvest, Wonder and Milwaukee.
Holcomb & Stewart's wharf - steambarge Clinton, Cleveland, 16,000 bush. wheat; prop. Scotia, Chicago, lightened 3,800 bush. wheat and proceeded to Montreal.
James Swift & Co.'s wharf - steamer Passport, Montreal; Picton, do.; prop. America, do.; str. Corinthian, Hamilton; prop. Kincardine, Oswego; str. Corsican, Hamilton; prop. Bruno, Montreal.
Port Colborne, Sept. 18th - Down: schr. Jas. Wade, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; prop. Lake Erie, do., Montreal, flour and wheat.
Up: schr. Reindeer; F. Crawford, Ogdensburg, Alpena, light; Montana, Clayton, Detroit, do.; steambarge Swallow, Ogdensburg, Saginaw, do.; schr. Montblanc, do., Chicago, do.; Grace Whitney, do., East Saginaw, do.; prop. Buckeye, do., Cleveland, do.; prop. Lawrence, do., Chicago, gen. cargo; schr. Canton, Oswego, Detroit, coal; Senator, do., Chicago, do.; Anna Craig, Collins Bay, Bay City, light; prop. Granite State, Ogdensburg, Toledo, gen. cargo; schr. Mary Amelia, Bear Creek, Erie, iron ore; barge Church.
p.3 The Caughnawaga Canal - "A correspondent of the Montreal Gazette is writing a long series of letters on "Cheap Transportation," and seems to be remarkably well posted on the subject. In the course of his letters he has gone pretty fully into the Caughnawaga Canal scheme...." Mr. John Young of Montreal said to be the author and champion of this scheme.