p.3 Shipowner who wrote letter in previous issue is referred to Emigrant Office.
According to a Bond passed before E. Glachemeyer, Notary Public at Quebec, bearing date the 21st day of November last, John Counter, Esq., of Kingston, retired from the Firm of Calvin, Cook & Counter, here, and that of D.D. Calvin & Co.,Quebec.
The whole of the property, assets and effects of the said Copartnership reverting to Delino Dexter Calvin, Hiram Cook, and Charles Edward Dunn, who are duly authorized to recover, receive and settle all debts and claims due to and by the late Firm.
Chas. E. Dunn.
Kingston, 19th Jan., 1844
The business heretofore carried on at Kingston by Calvin, Cook & Counter, and at Quebec by D.D. Calvin & Co., will from this date be continued by the undersigned under the firm of Calvin, Cook & Co., Kingston and Dunn, Calvin & Co., Quebec.
Chas. E. Dunn.
Kingston, Jan 19th, 1844.
STEAM-BOAT TRANSPORT ON LAKE ONTARIO
For the Year 1844.
Sealed Tenders will be received at the Commissariat Office, Kingston, until noon, on Monday, the 11th March, next, from any person or persons desirous of entering into Contracts for the following Services, namely:
For the Transport of Troops, Baggage, and Government Stores, from and to the various stations on Lake Ontario, from Kingston upwards, during the season of navigation of 1844.
For the Transport of do. do. do., from and to the various stations on the Bay of Quinte during do.
Unexceptionable security, subject to the approval of the Commissariat, will be required, and the real Signatures of two responsible persons willing to enter into a bond with the principal, for the faithful performance of the contract, must be given in the Tender.
Payment will be made in Mexican or United States Dollars at 5s. 1 d. Currency each, or by check on a Chartered Bank, at the option of the Senior Commissariat Officer.
Forms of Tender may be obtained on application at the Commissariat Office, where any further information may be obtained.
22nd January, 1844.