p.2 The Messrs. Ives new steamer Frontenac will leave Kingston for Toronto, Hamilton and intermediate ports, on Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The Quebec Forwarding Co. - A barge belonging to this establishment having ?
barrels of Flour on board for the house of Messrs. Langlois & Son, reached Quebec on the 4th instant, in 67 hours from Kingston. The Quebec Mercury justly remarks that this passage is one of almost unprecedented quickness.
p.3 Auction Sale, of Barges Etc. - Will be sold by Auction, on Monday next, the 13th instant, at the Wharf occupied by Mr. McIntyre, at Portsmouth Harbour, three first rate Barges, capable of carrying 650 barrels each, viz. the Don, Eve and Jett, in good sailing order, having been thoroughly overhauled lately. The boats to be put up precisely at 12 o'clock.
Also, at 2 o'clock, at the Stone Store, Marine Railway, the Sails, Rigging, Anchors, Tarpaulins, Poles, etc., etc., necessary to complete the above barges, and will be put up in lots to suit purchasers.
Kingston, May 7th, 1844.