p.2 Harbour still frozen, ice for 30 miles from 9-Mile Pt. lighthouse.
p.3 Meeting of Owners and Masters of Vessels - to form Merchants' Seaman's Society.
The Undersigned having perceived a Notice in the Chronicle & Gazette of the 29th inst., signed W.T. Johnson, stating that the Steamboat Prince Edward, would on the opening of the Navigation, resume her route on the Bay of Quinte, under his command, hereby notifies the Public that no Captain has, as yet been appointed for the Prince Edward for the present season; and that the said Johnson is not in any way authorized to assume any control whatever of the said Boat.
The undersigned also gives notice that the Agent alone, is authorized to contract and collect debts or to assume liabilities on account of the said vessel.
Thomas Greer, Agent Steamer Prince Edward.
Kingston, 31st March, 1843.
Of One Hundred Horse Power For Sale
at Kingston Dock Yard.
To be Sold by AUCTION, at the Naval Yard, Kingston, on the 1st June next, (unless disposed of by private contract,) A SQUARE CROSS HEAD VERTICAL ENGINE, of superior manufacture, of 100 horse power, complete and in good working condition, Cylinders 48 inches, stroke 8 feet The same may be viewed and examined on the St. Lawrence Wharf, Naval Yard, Point Frederick, Kingston, where any required information will be given.
The Purchaser will be required to make a deposit of ten per cent. on the purchase price at the time of Sale, the remainder to be paid and Engine removed within three weeks from the day of Sale.
Sale at eleven o'clock.
Kingston Dock Yard, March 30th, 1843.