1836 KINGSTON CHRONICLE & GAZETTE
(available on microfilm at Kingston Frontenac Public Library and Queen's University - Stauffer Library)
To be Let - For one year, or a longer term, from the 4th day of April next, all that well known and long established Wharf, and two extensive STORES, situated at the lower end of Store St., in Kingston, called Maguire's Wharf. The above premises are unrivalled for situation and convenience in the Upper Province, and are well worthy the attention of any person desirous of embarking in the Forwarding trade. For further particulars, apply to
Kingston, 30th Dec., 1835.
THE CANADA STEAM PACKET,
Well found in all materials, her engine in good order, her hull has undergone a most thorough repair within a short period, to the amount of some hundred pounds, when her decks, beams and upper works were all made new. She is well adapted for any short route, is an excellent sea-boat, well adapted for towing, passengers or cargo. Her speed is 8 miles per hour, and more when favored by her canvass, being schooner rigged. She will be sold extremely low for Cash, or part Cash part Credit. She is now lying at Toronto.
For further particulars apply to
Hugh Richardson, Managing Owner, Toronto.
Toronto, Nov 31st, 1835.