p.2 Steam Boat Arrangements - On and after the 1st June, the steamers St. Lawrence, Lady of the Lake, Oneida, and Rochester, will form a line from Ogdensburgh, via the lower ports, to Rochester, thence to Lewiston, via Toronto. This will wake up the Canada boats in opposition, causing them to run from Kingston to this city - thence to Lewiston, via Toronto. In doing this, they will be forced to leave out an important part, Oswego - though they will find a trifling remuneration in point of time, between this and Kingston. There is fun ahead, if this arrangement does not fall through. [Rochester Daily Advocate]
p.3 Ports of Durham - Cobourg is not the only convenient place to land; at Port Hope, Darlington, and Bond Head the Royal Mail Steamer America and the steamer Union regularly call, as also the Royal Mail Steamer City of Toronto occasionally when required so to do. [Port Hope Gazette]
FOR MONTREAL DIRECT.
The Low Pressure Steamer
Will leave Greer's Wharf for Montreal, descending the Rapids of the St. Lawrence, on Monday, at 2 o'clock, P.M.
For freight or passage - having superior accommodation - apply to the Capt. on board, or
MACPHERSON & CRANE.
Kingston, June 10, 1843.
embankment of St. Lawrence Canal has given way opposite Cornwall and near Milleroches; "...The Highlander, since the completion of the bridge, extends her trips to the old landing place in front of the town, where the stages, through means of the bridge, have access to her, as on former occasions." [Cornwall Observer]