p.2 The Steamers - We believe it has been decided that the Great Western boats, Canada and America, shall run from Hamilton to Niagara, and thence through to Brockville and Ogdensburgh, avoiding Toronto. Our city on the other hand is to be supplied by the boats of the American line, which will run from Lewiston to Ogdensburgh via Toronto and Oswego.
The new propeller City of Hamilton, G.H. Wyatt, Esq., Agent, will commence loading with flour for Oswego, on Monday next. The City of Hamilton has been laying all the winter at Oakville, which harbor, we learn, is now completely free from ice.
The Steamer Sir Charles Napier, will, on the opening of navigation, resume her regular trips between Kingston & Cape Vincent, running in connection with the Rome and Cape Vincent Railway. For freight or passage apply to Geo. W. Creighton, Master. April 14th.