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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 22, 1843


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p.2 The ice in the harbor has given way in several places, and is so much decayed that the Steamer Princess Royal passed through it with ease, from Portsmouth to Greer's wharf, last evening, a distance of two miles.

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STEAMER FOR MONTREAL.

The steamer Charlotte will leave Greer's wharf for Montreal direct, with Goods and Passengers, on Monday the 1st May, at 2 o'clock P.M.

MACPHERSON & CRANE.

Kingston, April 22, 1843.

STEAM BOAT NOTICE.

The Steam Boat

HENRY GILDERSLEEVE,

Capt. Bowen,

Will leave this Port for Dickinson's Landing (the ice permitting) on Tuesday Morning, the 25th inst., at 9 o'clock, calling at the intermediate places.

Steam Boat Office, Commercial Wharf,

Kingston, 22nd April, 1843.

KINGSTON MARINE RAILWAY.

The Subscribers having purchased from the Kingston Marine Railway Company the whole of their Stock on hand, and Leased their premises, consisting of the Ship Yard and two Railways, which are in complete working order, are ready to undertake all kinds of Shipwright work, Building and Repairing. From the long experience of one of the parties as practical Shipwright and Builder, they confidently trust that they will be enabled to uphold the character for good work earned for this Establishment by the late Mr. Shea, and by strict attention to their business - employing none but good steady workmen - using the utmost despatch - and charging as low for their work as can reasonably be expected, they are determined to give satisfaction.

S.D. FOWLER.

HUGH HOOD.

Kingston, April 22, 1843.

For Sale on Commission, two superior Yawl Boats, and first rate Pleasure Sailing Boat warranted by her owner not to have her superior in the Province.

The Subscriber begs to announce to the Public that he has commenced work on his own account, at the Shop in the Railway Yard, where he will be always ready to do all kinds of Blacksmith work as cheap as can be done by any other. From about 15 years' experience in this Town, principally as Ship Blacksmith, he is confident he can give satisfaction.

JAMES ROGER.

Kingston, April 20, 1843.

CROWN LANDS DEPARTMENT.

The Sale of the Shoal in the Harbour of Kingston, which was advertised to take place at this Office on Tuesday the 25th inst., is postponed until further notice.

A.N. MORIN,

Commissioner, Crown Lands.

Kingston, 21st April, 1843.


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Date of Original:
April 22, 1843
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KN.1970
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 22, 1843