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Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), April 24, 1838


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p.2 It will be seen by advertisement that the old favourite Steamboat Neptune has resumed her regular trips for the season, she is commanded by Capt. Bullock, formerly of the St. George. The Dolphin has also been plying for some days between Prescott and Dickinson's Landing. [Cornwall Observer]

p.3 The Rideau Canal - The Ottawa and Rideau Company's Steam Boat Cataraqui, Captain Drummond, will leave Kingston for Bytown tomorrow morning at nine o'clock, and be followed by the other boats in due succession. The Canal is in good condition, and the utmost regularity may be expected in the transport of goods and produce.

Last Wednesday forenoon, the Sir Robert Peel brought up from Prescott Capt. Sandom, Lieut. Duffill, and Mr. Thomas, all of the Royal Navy. Capt. Sandom takes charge of the Navy Yard at Point Frederick, and a small establishment will be kept up as in former years.

NOTICE.

The CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing under the Firms of Henderson, Hooker, & Co., at Montreal, and Hooker, Henderson, & Co., at this place, is this day dissolved by limitation. The affairs of the concern will be closed by the undersigned.

(signed) JAMES HENDERSON,

ALFRED HOOKER,

DONALD MURRAY,

Prescott, April 1st, 1838. FRANCIS HENDERSON.

All the Forwarding Stock and Merchandize belonging to the above Firms at this place, together with the Schooners Sir F.B. Head and Montreal, and a few shares of the Steamers William IV and Cobourg, and of Port Credit Harbour Stock, will be sold by Auction, at the stores of Hooker & Henderson, in Prescott, on the first day of May next.

Prescott, April 16th, 1838.

THE SUBSCRIBERS will continue the Forwarding Business as heretofore, under the old Firms of Henderson & Hooker at Montreal, and Hooker & Henderson at Prescott.

(Signed) JAMES HENDERSON,

ALFRED HOOKER.

STEAM BOAT NOTICE.

THE STEAM BOAT

COMMODORE BARRIE,

Will commence her regular Trips on Monday next, the 23rd inst., leaving this place for Toronto twice a week, touching at the intermediate ports, viz.

On Mondays and Thursdays at 6 P.M.

Kingston, 21st April, 1838.


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Date of Original:
April 24, 1838
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KN.3317
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Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), April 24, 1838