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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 9, 1842

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p.3 Notice - The Public are informed that the Mail Steamers between Kingston and Dickinson's Landing, will on Tuesday, the 12th inst., commence plying regularly, leaving here at 9 o'clock A.M. Steam Boat Office, Commercial Wharf April 8th, 1842.


Of 100 Horse Power For Sale on Lake Eire.

Notice is hereby given that sealed Tenders will be received until Wednesday the 1st day of June next, at noon, from such persons as may be willing to purchase the Steam Engine, Boilers and Machinery, now on board Her Majesty's Steam Ship Toronto, at Grand River, Lake Erie.

The Tenders are to be addreseed to Mr. Marks, Naval Yard, Kingston; the price offered is to be stated in words at length, Halifax Currency, with the names of two Sureties for the payment of the money. The Engine is of 100 Horse Power, (Cylinder 48 inches Diameter, and 8 feet stroke) of Superior Manufacture, and in good condition, with Boilers and Machinery complete, and may be seen on application to the Officer in charge, on board the Toronto, at Grand River, where further particulars may be learned, as also at the Naval Yard, Kingston.

Kingston Yard, Canada 8th April, 1842.

Dissolution - The Business of Forwarding, heretofore carried on under the name and style of Easton, Ross & Co., at Brockville and Kingston, and Ross, Mathie & Co., at Montreal, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, Henry Easton retiring from the firm. Atkinson, Mathie & Co., at Montreal, and Ross, Matthie & Co., at Brockville and Kingston, are duly authorized to collect and liquidate all debts due to and owing by the late Firms. Dated at Brockville this 1st April, 1842.

Matthie, Easton & Co.

James Ross.

Henry Easton.

Brockville, 5th April, 1842.

Copartnership - The undersigned give notice that they have entered into Copartnership for the purpose of carrying on the business of Forwarding between Montreal and Kingston, under the Firm of Atkinson, Matthie & Co., at Montreal, and Ross, Matthie & Co., at Kingston and Brockville. They will have efficient means at their command, and by strict attention to the interests of their customers, they hope to receive a share of the patronage of the trade.

Matthie, Easton & Co.

James Ross.

William Atkinson.

Brockville, 5th April, 1842.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 9, 1842