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Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 7, 1817


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p.2 a reply from "Camden" to previous week's letter about vessels reporting to Customs.

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p.3 Wednesday last, being the King's Birthday, the usual Salutes were fired from the Batteries and Shipping.

The Steam Boat Frontenac left this port on Thursday Morning last, on her first trip for the head of the Lake.

NOTICE.

Is hereby given, that the old schooner Lark will be sold at Public Auction at the house of J.B. Esselstyn, on the 4th day of July next, at 4 o'clock P.M. for ground rent and charges, unless she is sooner removed, and the rent and charges paid by the owners.

ESSELSTYN & AINSWORTH.

Cape Vincent, June 4th, 1817.

NOTICE

The Subscribers beg leave to inform the public, that they have commenced the Storing and Forwarding

BUSINESS.

They will unload and receive Goods from vessels, to their Store House, at the Outlet, and from thence bring them across the small lake with boats, to their Store House, near Mr. Hughson's. They have also a Scow to lighten the boats at the bar, at the Outlet.

They therefore take this method of informing their friends and the public in general that they will be in a situation to transport Goods of every description between this and Long Point, at the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms.

Wm. KIRBY & Co.

Hamilton, May 24, 1817.

PORT OF KINGSTON.

ENTERED.

May 31st - Schr. Commodore Perry, Parker, from Sackets Harbor, with provisions.

Boat Hornet, Wood, from Sacket's Harbor, cattle.

June 2nd - Schr. Rambler, Cherry, from Sacket's Harbor, with passengers & baggage.

Boat Lady Moira, Bragg, from Bellville, 58 bbls. flour.

Schr. Mary Anne, Mosier, from Burlington, 151 bbls. flour.

3rd - Schr. Triumph, Reid, from Sacket's Harbor, potash, leather, and cider.

Schr. Dolphin, Fraser, from Ogdensburgh, bound to Sacket's Harbor, with flour.

Schr. Fairplay, Kiblin, from Sandy Creek, 14,000 feet lumber.

Schr. Phenix, Kenny, from Sacket's Harbor, passengers, baggage.

4th - Schr. Commodore Perry, Parker, from Sacket's harbor, beef, butter, and cheese.

Schr. Northern Trader, Burrett, from Troupville, 200 bbls. of flour.

U. States Schr. Lady of the Lake, from Sacket's Harbor with passengers - Commodore Woolsey, Major Gardner, the Ladies of General Brown and Major Brown, and five other Ladies.

5th - Schr. Liberty, McNitt, from Richland, with 10,000 feet of lumber and shingles.

Schr. Geneva, May, from Oswego with 50 bbls. salt and a quantity of provisions.

Boat Hornet, Wood, from Sacket's Harbor, with sheep.

Schr. Rambler, Cherry, from Sacket's Harbor, with 12 reams of paper and provisions.

Schr. Minerva Anne, Parker, from Hamilton, 200 bbls. flour and 15 bbls. potash.

Boat Mary, Hitchcock, from Bay of Quinte, 61 bbls. flour, eggs and butter.

6th - Schr. Phenix, Kenny, from Sacket's Harbor, passengers and baggage.

Boat Jane, Wood, from Bellville, 50 bbls. flour, 10 bbls. beer.

Open Boat, Warden, from the River Trent, flour, peas, eggs.

CLEARED.

May 31st - Schr. Commodore Perry, Parker, for Sacket's Harbor.

Boat Hornet, Wood, do.

June 2nd - Schr. Rambler, Cherry, for Sacket's Harbor.

Boat Lady Moira, Bragg, for Sacket's Harbor.

3rd - Schr. Triumph, Reid, for Sacket's Harbor.

4th - Schr. Phenix, Kenny, for Sacket's Harbor.

Schr. Com. Perry, Parker, for do.

Schr. Dolphin, Mills, for Genesee.

Schr. Mary Anne, Mosier, for York.

Steam Boat Frontenac, McKenzie, for York, passengers and baggage.

5th - H.M. Ship Charwell, Capt. Otty, for the head of the lake.

U. States Schr. Lady of the Lake, for Sacket's Harbor.

Schr. Rambler, Cherry, for do.

Schr. Liberty, McNitt, for Richland.

Schr. Genesee, May, for Oswego.

Boat Hornet, Wood, for Sacket's Harbor.

Schr. Fairplay, Kiblin, for Sandy Creek.

6th - Schr. Phenix, Kenny, for Sacket's Harbor.

Boat Jane, Wood, for Oswego.

Boat Dolphin, Howe, for Bellville.


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Date of Original:
June 7, 1817
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Rick Neilson
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Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 7, 1817