The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 23, 1842

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p.3 The Steamer Commodore Barrie, Capt. Patterson, will leave Kingston for Toronto and Niagara, touching at Wellington, Cobourg, Port Hope, Bond Head, Darlington, and Whitby, on Monday afternoon, the 25th instant, at 5 o'clock. Kingston, April 21st, 1842.


For Goods, Produce and Property of all kinds, arriving from, or intended for Shipment to American and Canadian Ports, and the Lakes and River St. Lawrence, the Bay of Quinte, Bytown, and other places on the Rideau Canal and Ottawa River, at the Store and Wharf lately occupied by Messrs. William Dickinson & Co. Forwarders.

These Premises being Central, Commodious and favourably situated for business, possess every facility for receiving and shipping; and it may be stated as a further inducement to the Mercantile Community, that they have been appointed the place of departure throughout the Season for the Ottawa and Rideau Steamboats of MacPherson & Crane, and their Schooners and Barges navigating the Rideau Canal, the River St. Lawrence, and Lakes Erie and Ontario.

The business will be attended to by the Subscriber, who will devote his best efforts to insure the protection, and prompt despatch of all property entrusted to his care.

Kingston, April 19th, 1842 Jas. Watt.

Custom House business attended to. Pig iron, Liverpool, St. Ubes, and Onondaga Salt, Coal, Whisky, Flour and Pork constantly on hand for Sale.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 23, 1842