PORT OF TROUPVILLE
ARRIVED --May 9- Schr. Sachem, Masters, 4 days from Kingston, touched at the wharf, bound to Niagara. Capt. Masters reports the tonnage duty was taken off American vessels in the Upper province. The Sachem was surrounded by new ice in the Lake this morning. Several vessels in the offing.
10 - Schr. Farmer's Daughter, Ingalls, from Sacket's Harbor, 3 days with 12 passengers. Schr. Julia, Whitney, from Kingston, in ballast. Schr. ---, from Sandy Creek, 3 days, for Genesee river, with lumber. Schr. Appalonia, Allen, from Henderson's harbor, 1 day, in ballast. Schr. Minerva, Snow, from Ogdensburg, in ballast. Schr. Northern Trader, Burr, from Sacket's Harbor. Two British 8 oar'd Barges arrived last evening, engaged in a survey of the Coast. After taking the bearings and distances in the Bay, they proceeded up the Lake.
11 - Sloop Geneva, May, from Oswego, in ballast. Schr. Laura, Fish, from PulteneyVille, in ballast. Schr. Lady Washington, Katen, 7 days from Prescott, in ballast. Schr. Sarah-Ann, Rogers, 2 days from Oswego. The Capt. of the Sarah-Ann has brought a copy of an official decree of the Court of of King's Bench, dated Montreal, 19th April - wherein it is adjudged, that American property coming through the Upper province is not liable to seizure. The prospect for markets at Montreal was flattering, but the navigation had not opened. Schr. Olive Branch, Johnson, from Kingston, in ballast.
List of Vessels in Port, Monday, May 12
|Schr. Laura --||Fish.|
|Sloop Geneva,|| May.|
12 - Schrs. Levantia and Nancy put in last night, and went out this morning.
CLEARED - May 8- Schr. Olive Branch, Johnson, for Kingston, with flour.
10- Schr. Farmer's Daughter, Ingalls, for Kingston, with flour.
13 - Lady Washington, Katen, for Genesee river. Schr. Olive Branch, Johnson, for Genesee river. Schr.Sachem, Masters, for Niagara.