(Note - from Ontario Archives microfilm N-17, Reel 4 )
p.2 U.S. steam-boats with passengers and baggage only, arriving at a British port, to be considered in ballast and not to pay tonnage duties; duty will be imposed on vessels of the U.S. arriving with articles the produce of the U.S.
p.3 Navigation of the St. Lawrence - discusses a canal from the Ottawa River to Kingston - an address in House of Assembly to Sir Peregrine Maitland giving military advantages. [York Observer]
The Steam-Boat built at Queenston by Mr. R. Hamilton, was launched on Saturday last. We viewed her on Monday, and she appeared to us to be built of the most durable and safe materials. We wish the enterprising proprietor every success in his undertaking.
The Toronto Steam-Boat was launched on the 23rd. She is to run between this port and Niagara. [York Observer]
-an editorial about advantages of Canal to the Ottawa.
-arrival of passengers from York in the Brothers, and departure for Montreal in the Dalhousie.
Having undergone a thorough repair,
Will leave Kingston on Saturday Afternoon, the 14th instant, on her first trip for York and Niagara; and will leave Niagara on her return to Kingston on Thursday the 19th inst.
For Freight or passage apply to Captain McKenzie on board.
Kingston, 6th May, 1825.
H. Gilderslieve, Master,
Will, until further notice, leave Kingston for the Bay of Quinty every Monday and Thursday morning at 9 o'clock - Will leave the Carrying Place every Tuesday and Friday at 12 o'clock, and Hallowell every Wednesday and Saturday morning at 7 o'clock, and arrive at Kingston early in the afternoon of the two last mentioned days. Her stopping places will be as usual.
N.B. - A Stage will meet the Boat at the Carrying Place for the conveyance of Passengers to York, or any other intermediate place.
Kingston, May 6th, 1825.
Wanted - For the Steam-Boat Frontenac, a man Cook. Application to be made on board. May 6th, 1825.