p.2 Death of Mr. Meneilley, connected with Hon. J. Hamilton's river and lake steamboat business.
-The Eliza Mary, Capt. Gaskin's favorite ship, which left Quebec on the 5th June, arrived at London on the 4th July making the passage in 28 days, exclusive of the days of departure and arrival.
-The propeller Brooks, which was lost last autumn outside the Ducks, with all hands on board, and which a party of divers were endeavoring to raise from her watery bed, was towed down to Garden Island opposite this city, in a submerged state, by one of Calvin & Breck's tug steamers, on Sunday morning about 3 o'clock, where she now lies sunk in 25 feet water. The divers succeeded in raising a few barrels of flour from the hull, which were in a good state of preservation; but it being found impossible with the imperfect appliances at hand to bring the vessel to the surface Messrs. Calvin & Breck were applied to to take her to the Island, where the necessary machinery will be immediately employed in floating her.
-Imports - 20,21; Exports - 20.
-For Sale - A Steamer & 3 Barges - the paddle-wheel steamer Ruby and barges Lion, Sophia, and Elgin, each capable of carrying 100 cards of wood, the steamer has 40 h.p. engine. For particulars apply to Thomas Parks, R.J. Cartwright and William Anglin.