The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Argus (Kingston, ON), Jan. 29, 1850


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p.2 The Troops to the Indian Country - a vessel caught in storm; on the 8th it was blown ashore on Whitefish Point, got off and ended up at the Sault.

p.3

DISSOLUTION.

THE CO-PARTNERSHIP between the undersigned, under the firms of Hooker, Henderson & Co., in Kingston, and Hooker, Holton & Co., in Montreal, expired by limitation on the thirty first day of December last. The affairs of the Co-partnership will be closed up by the undersigned who will use the names of the firms in liquidation only.

ALFRED HOOKER.

FRANCIS HENDERSON.

L.H. HOLTON.

Kingston, 10th January, 1850.

The UNDERSIGNED will continue the

Forwarding and Commission Business,

under the firm of HOOKER & HOLTON.

They have appointed Mr. E. Hooker Agent, for their forwarding business at Kingston, who has rented from them the stores occupied by their late firm, and to whom any communication relating to their business at that place may be addressed.

ALFRED HOOKER.

L.H. HOLTON.

Kingston, 10th January, 1850.

QUEBEC FORWARDING COMPANY.

The whole of the Extensive Stock of this Company, will be sold at the Quebec Exchange, by Public Auction, on Thursday the 7th day of March, (if not previously disposed of by private contract.)

The stock consists of

TWO STEAMERS,

THIRTEEN LARGE BARGES,

Average 1500 Barrels, and

THREE SMALL BARGES,

These latter suitable for the Chambly Canal.

The whole in excellent order, 2000 Pds. having been expended upon them the past summer.

For further information apply to the Company's Office in Quebec.

A large and commodious store, at Bytown, will also be sold.

JOHN McDOUGALL, President.

Quebec, Jan. 25, 1850.

N.B. No one except the President and Directors of the Company, is authorized to contract debts in the Company's name, or on their account.


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Date of Original:
Jan. 29, 1850
Local identifier:
KN.2507
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Argus (Kingston, ON), Jan. 29, 1850