p.2 ad - Bay of Quinte - schedule of str. Crusoe, Henry C. Rothwell master.
p.3 The Crusoe - now running to Bath and Amherst Island.
Drowned - sailor from Kingston at Port Dalhousie.
-Brockville Recorder thinks Sleepy would have won yacht race, not Zitella.
Marine - Passed Through the Welland Canal: M. Filmore, Chicago, Kingston, corn; Cataract, Bay City, do, staves; Magillan, Toledo, do, corn; W.R. Taylor, Whitefish Port, Collins' Bay, timber; Pandora, Toledo, Kingston, corn; J. Drummond, Toledo, do, do; H. Dudley, do, do, do; H.B. Moore, Detroit, Kingston, grain; Acadia, Detroit, Montreal, general cargo; Armenia, Toledo, do, do.
Arrived at the M.T. Co's wharf: Prop. Nashua, Chicago, 12,000 bush wheat; W.B. Phelps, Detroit, 17,350 bush wheat; Mary Copley, Chicago, 18,514 bush corn; Rival, Detroit, 14,000 bush wheat; American, Chicago, 18,853 bush do; and City of Concord, lightened 5,181 bush wheat.
At St. Lawrence Forwarding Company's dock: Hercules, Toledo, 13,600 bush corn; America, Toledo, 3,588 bush wheat.
At Millar & Co's - Starling, Toledo, 12,290 bush wheat.
At Holcomb & Stewart's: Prop. L. Shickluna from Detroit, lightened 4,000 bush and proceeded to Montreal; schr. Hoboken, from Chicago, with 20,000 bush corn; schr. J.G. Worts, from Toledo, with 19,000 bush corn; barge A.C. Keating, from Chicago, with 20,000 bush wheat; barges Jet and Annie arrived from Montreal in tow of the tug H.A. Calvin; barges Jet, 22,500 bush corn and 50 tons phosphate; Annie, 13,000 bush corn and wheat and 50 tons phosphate.