PORT OF TROUPVILLE.
ARRIVED - April 24 - Sloop Geneva, May, from Kingston, 2 days, with passengers. Schr. Sachem, Masters, 24 hours from Sacket's Harbor, bound up the bay. Capt. Masters reports that the Ice left Sacket's Harbor yesterday.
25 - Schooner Julia, Whitney, 1 day from Kingston, in ballast. The elegant new Steam Boat Ontario, Malaby, with 8 or 10 passengers, arrived at the wharf at 11 o.clock A.M. Left Sacket's Harbor yesterday at 6 o'clock A.M. but did not clear the ice until 9 A.M. Arrived at Oswego at 3 P.M. Left Oswego early this morning. The Steam Boat will proceed to Genesee river this evening.
27 - New schooner Woolsey, Rounds, 1 day from Sacket's Harbor, in ballast. Schooner Olive Branch, Johnson, from Kingston, bound to York with 56 passengers, which are part of a large number from New-York, who are proceeding to settle in Upper Canada, in consequence of grants of land from the British government.
28 - Schr. Oswegatchie, Holmes, from Genesee river, in ballast. Capt. H.. reports the Steam Boat carried away one of her water wheels and put into into Genesee river. Schooner Laura, Fish, from Niagara, bound up the bay.
29 - Schooner Bull-Dog, Hollister, 12 hours from Sandy Creek, ballast.
CLEARED - April 26 - Schr. Julia, Whitney, for Kingston, cargo Flour and Pork.