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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), May 8, 1847


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p.2 Lake Huron - We believe that the quality, as well as the quantity of the Fish of this Lake is very little understood or appreciated. We had on our breakfast table this morning some of the Lake Huron pickled Herring, from the store of Mr. I. Simpson, (the late residence of John Macpherson, Esq.). We gave them a few hours of soaking, and, though we have often admired the Loch Fine Herring, we do allow the Lake Huron beats them; they are moreover nearly twice as large. (also copied by Montreal Gazette of May 11th)

We hope the breach in the Rideau Canal may not take so long a time to repair, as is reported, about a fortnight.

This will however like all other evils be productive of good, as it will induce attempts at new methods of stemming the rapids of the St. Lawrence with less difficulty, which we have no doubt will be successful.

p.3

Arrivals in Kingston Since Saturday Last.

D Name of Vessel From Whence Description of Cargo To Whom Consigned

May 1  Lady of the Lake Clayton, Passengers & luggage ___

Niagara Rochester Sundries, apples, etc. ___

May 3 Elizabeth Hamilton 747 bls.flour, J.H. Greer & Co.

150 bls. pork.

Magnet Oswego 306 bls. flour Hooker & Henderson

Brothers Oswego 20 bls. apples Walters & Co.

Thames Hamilton 250 bls. flour J.A. Walker

180 bls. flour

400 bls. flour

Beagle Toronto 987 bls. flour J.H. Greer & Co.

Mohawk Oshawa 1495 bls. flour H. & S. Jones

Merchant Miller St. Catharines 500 bls. flour Macpherson & Crane

1000 bls. flour J.A. Walker & Co.

Rob't Peel Oakville 200 bls. flour McCuaig & Co.

500 bls. flour Macpherson & Crane

Ireland Hamilton 330 bls. flour J.H. Greer & Co.

186 bls. oatmeal J.H. Greer & Co.

Resolution Detroit 80 bls. pork Henderson & Co.

192 bls. flour     "

Eleanora Hamilton 340 pcs. timber E.G. Merrick

M. Cook Hamilton 110 pcs. timber Calvin & Co.

Jessie Woods Oshawa 888 bls. flour H. & S. Jones

May 4 Amherstburg Detroit 1000 bls. flour H. & S. Jones

170 bls. pork Hooker & Co.

Clyde Hamilton 1188 bls. flour McCuaig & Co.

Sovereign Toronto 500 bls. flour M.T. Bostwick

Elizabeth Port Dalhousie 1438 bls. flour Macpherson & Crane

Don Toronto 625 bls. flour A. Walker & Co.

Princess Victoria Port Dover 1350 bls. flour A. Walker & Co.

Queen Victoria Stoney Creek 112 pcs. timber Calvin, Cook & Co.

Scotia Cleveland 1584 bls. flour Quebec Ford'g Co.

Prince of Wales Windsor 1122 bls. flour H. & S. Jones

176 bls. pork       "

May 5 Odd Fellow Port Hope 350 bls. flour ____

Merchant Port Hope 510 bls. flour J.A. Walker & Co.

Prince of Wales Trent Sundries ____

Hornet Oswego 593 bls. flour    Hooker, Henderson & Co.

Str. Rochester Oswego Sundries ____

May 6 Isabella Port Darlington 621 bls. flour H. & S. Jones

99 bls. flour John Carruthers

104 bls. flour Quebec Ford'g Co.

Concord Hamilton 785 bls. flour E. Brown & Co.

James Coleman Hamilton 2592 bls. flour J.H. Greer & Co.

48 ashes      "

16 bls. pork      "

G. Moffatt Oakville 899 bls. flour Macpherson & Crane

Jessie Port Stanley Sundries H. & S. Jones

Emerald Oshawa 300 bls. flour Macpherson & Crane

200 bls. oatmeal J.H. Greer

Amelia St. Catharines 1484 bls. flour J.A. Walker & Co.

Dolphin Oswego 180 bush. potatoes M. Holmes

Maid of the Mill Port Hope 1460 bls. flour _____

St. Lawrence Ogdensburg 3 cases Hats _____

A.J. Browne Port Hope Sundries J.A. Walker & Co.

Rose Port Stanley Sundries Macpherson & Crane

Henrietta Oshawa 1425 bls. flour H. Jones & Co.

Str. Niagara Oswego Sundries E. Brown & Co.

Canada Ogdensburgh Sundries ______

Rochester Ogdensburgh Sundries ______

Rose Toronto 1050 bls. flour Hooker & Henderson

300 bls. flour J.H. Greer

Forwarding - The greatest possible activity prevails in this department in forwarding the vast quantity of flour and other provisions, with which our store houses are loaded.

Our enterprising Townsman J.H. Greer & Co., have we understand already forwarded an immense quantity - and we observe several of their first class barges, now loaded or loading for departure.

We have no means of knowing the actual quantity already forwarded by other houses, but it must be very great - whilst scarcely an hour passes in which some noble steamer or beautiful schooner with their thousands of barrels does not come along side our wharfs to take the place of what goes away.

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Date of Original:
May 8, 1847
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KN.2251a
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Rick Neilson
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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), May 8, 1847