p.2 On the Move - Seven grain-laden vessels passed through the Canal on Saturday for Kingston. Seventeen vessels passed up on the same day, eight of which were loaded and nine light, and nineteen down, all loaded.
Death - The death of Mr. John Pratt, President of the Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company, took place in Montreal on Saturday evening. The steamers of the Company have their flags at half-mast....
p.3 Marine Notes
Holcomb & Stewart's Wharf - prop. Scotia from Montreal, loaded 497 steel rails and proceeded to Duluth.
A. Gunn & Co. - strs. Rochester from Belleville, and Simon Davis from Ottawa; schrs. Mary Ann from Oswego; E.G. Benedict from Oswego; and Jessie McDonald from Napanee.
J. Swift - props. Calabria from Montreal, Canada from Montreal, and Empire from Toledo; strs. Algerian from Montreal, Spartan from Hamilton, Magnet from Charlotte, Oswego Belle from Oswego, Passport from Montreal, prop. Alma Munro from Hamilton.
Montreal Transportation Company - schrs. H.F. Church from Chicago, 20,600 bush. corn; Florida from Milwaukee, 18,000 bush. wheat; Hoboken from Milwaukee, 17,800 bush. wheat. Tug Bronson arrived with barge Duluth, and the Glide with Dorchester, Dalhousie, Consort and Convoy, light.
St. Lawrence & Chicago Forwarding Co. - schrs. Mary Copely from Chicago, 19,394 bush. wheat; and Laura Belle from Toledo, 19,300 bush. corn. Tug Jessie Hall left for Montreal with barges Arthur, 13,200 bush. corn; Tiger, 11,980 bush. corn.
G.M. Millar & Co. - Arrived - schr. Prince Alfred from Toledo, 22,556 bush. oats.
Port Colborne, July 22nd - Down - Cecelia, Romney, Collins' Bay, timber; Augusta, Two Heart River, do., do.; G.M. Neelon, do., do., do.; Watertown, Chicago, Kingston, oats; M. Bond, Milwaukee, do., wheat; Wm. Raynor, Toledo, do., corn; Brooklyn, do., do., grain; Clayton Belle, do., do., do.; H. Folger, Chicago, do., do.