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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), May 26, 1841


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DOWN FREIGHT ARRIVALS AT THE PORT OF KINGSTON.

For Macpherson & Crane.

May 20th - Str. Union, 589 bbls. Flour, 162 bbls. Pork; Str. Kingston, 89 bbls. pork, 4 do. lard; Str. St. George, 182 bbls. flour; Schr. Cleveland, 2,617 bus. wheat, 238 bbls. flour; schr. Nickick, 1,221 bus. wheat; schr. Saratoga, 800 bbls. flour; schr. Fanny, 324 bbls. flour, 79 bbls. pork; schr. Caledonia, 55 bbls. ashes, 43 bbls. meal; schr. Three Friends, 128 pork, 4 bbls. lard.

May 21st - Schr. Farmer's Delight, 655 bus. wheat, 11 bbls. ashes, 60 bbls. flour; Str. Niagara, 443 bbls. flour, 4 bbls. ashes; schr. Elisha Ann, 1,080 bush. wheat; str. Commodore Barrie, 56 bbls. flour; schr. Shamrock, 1,300 bbls. flour; schr. Ontario, 1,000 bbls. flour; str. Union, 162 bbls. pork, 250 bush. Rye, 23 bbls. flour.

May 22nd - Str. St. George, 251 flour; schr. Liverpool, 750 bbls. flour; schr. McWhorter, 300 bbls. flour; schr. Daniel Webster, 967 flour, 57 bbls. pork.

For H. & S. Jones

May 20th - Str. St. George, 454 bbls. flour; schr. Morning Star, 103 bbls. flour, 85 bbls. pork and beef, 43 bags rye; schr. Yarmouth, 370 bbls. pork and lard; schr. Mary, 138 bbls. pork.

21st - schr. Hibernia, 40 bbls. ashes, 53 pork, 195 flour.

23rd - schr. John Welsh, 2,500 bush. wheat.

24th - schr. Thames, 119 bbls. flour.

25th - schr. Morning Star, 53 bbls. flour.

For Sanderson & Murray

20th - schr. J.P. Beaupre, 1,002 bbls. flour, 213 bus. wheat; Matilda, 23 bbls. ashes, 2,047 bus. wheat; schr. Swallow, 233 bbls. flour.

21st - Str. Niagara, 100 bbls. flour, 22 bbls. ashes, 250 pork.

24th - Schr. Hibernia, 225 flour, 414 bus. peas; str. Niagara, 171 bags shorts; schr. Liberty, 311 bbls. pork, 33 bbls. flour, 98 hams, 109 hides.

For Wm. Dickinson & Co.

19th - schr. Sir R. Peel, 2,779 bush. wheat; schr. Amity, 292 bbls. flour; str. City of Toronto, 417 bbls. flour, 7 bbls. pork.

20th - Str. St. George, 100 bbls. flour.

25th - Str. Kingston, 625 bbls. flour, 1 cask furs.

26th - Str. City of Toronto, 100 bbls. flour, 1 bbl. ashes.

For Ferguson & McGibbon

24th - Schr. Princess, 700 bbls. flour; schr. Chief Justice Marshall, 800 bush. wheat, 490 bbls. flour; schr. Baltimore, 200 bbls. pork; schr. E. Ward, 500 bbls. flour, and four vessels sent to Prescott.

For Easton, Ross & Co.

21st - Str. Kingston, 293 bbls. flour; schr. Kent, 850 bbls. flour; Barge Erie, 2,384 bbls. wheat.

25th - schr. Wallace, 2,000 bbls. flour.

26th - Martha Ann, 200 bbls. flour, 60 pork.

To the Editor of the Chronicle and Gazette.

Good Going.

Kingston, May 22nd, 1841

Dear Sir, - I was this morning invited by the members of the Sacketts Harbour Boat Club to take a passage in their beautiful boat "The Star," from Sackett's Harbor to this City, and believing an account of their performance will be interesting to many of your readers, I have been induced to make the following statement for publication. - We left Sackett's Harbor this morning at 11 o'clock A.M., we were off Point Peninsula, 9 miles, in 1 hour and 15 minutes, here we lay upon our oars 15 minutes, we landed on the head of Grenadier Island, 9 miles further, in 1 hour and 10 minutes, making the first 18 miles in 2 hours and 25 minutes, rowing time, here we took our lunch and rested for half an hour, when we started again and arrived at the wharf in this city, making two or three stops on the way, at a few minutes after 5 P.M., performing the trip, said to be about 40 miles, in a little more than 6 hours, and in a few minutes less than 5 hours rowing time. The boat, Star, is 40 feet in length, and 4 feet 2 inches beam, rowed by 10 oars, and so light that two men can lift her with ease, and for beauty of model and finish, is probably unsurpassed.

Your obt. Serv't,

E.M. Luff.

Steam Boat Notice.

The

COMMODORE BARRIE,

Capt. Patterson,

Will until further notice ply between the following Ports: Prescott, Kingston, Oswego, Wellington, Cobourg, Port Hope, Bond Head Harbor, Port Darlington, Whitby, Toronto, Hamilton, Niagara, Lewiston and Queenston.

Upwards.

Leaves Prescott every Sunday evening at 6 o'clock.

Brockville same evening,

Kingston Monday 12 o'clock noon.

Oswego Monday night 10 o'clock.

And on Tuesday call at Wellington, Cobourg, Port Hope, Bond Head Harbor, Port Darlington, Whitby, and arrive at Toronto on the same night. Leave Toronto on Wednesday mornings at 7 o'clock, Hamilton at 2 o'clock afternoon, and arrive at Niagara, Queenston and Lewiston same evening.

Downwards

Leaves Lewiston and Queenston every Thursday morning at 7 o'clock,

Niagara do. 8 o'clock,

Toronto on Thursday afternoon 2 o'clock.

Calling at Whitby, Port Darlington, Bond Head Harbor, Port Hope, Cobourg, Wellington, and arrive at Oswego, on Friday noon, leave Oswego in the afternoon and Kingston at 10 o'clock on Saturday forenoon and arrive at Prescott the same evening.

All Baggage and Parcels at the risk of the owners unless booked as freight.

Kingston, May 10th, 1841 Steam Boat Office


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May 26, 1841
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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), May 26, 1841