1847 KINGSTON ARGUS
(from originals at Queen's University - Special Collections, unless otherwise specified)
(Articles copied from the Argus by other newspapers have been included where the originals are missing.)
Jan. 5, 8, 12, 15, 1847 missing
The QUEBEC FORWARDING COMPANY, with an enlarged and improved class of Steamers and Barges, will be prepared, on the opening of the navigation of 1847, to transport produce of all kinds from Kingston, or any port on Lakes Erie and Ontario, or the Bay of Quinte to Montreal or Quebec.
They are also prepared to treat with intending shippers of produce, to carry, (on very advantageous terms) Flour, Grain, or Ashes or other produce, from any port on these Lakes, to London, Liverpool, or the Clyde.
Merchandise consigned to them from Europe, will be entered at the Custom-house here, free of charge, and forwarded to any port of Western Canada, or the Western States, at the current rates of freight.
Coarse and Stoved Liverpool Salt delivered at any port on Lakes Ontario and Erie.
Quebec, December, 1846.