The Fast Sailing Steam Packet
Lt. Harper, R.N., Commander.
Will, for the remainder of the season, leave the different Ports as follows:
Kingston, every Saturday Morning at 8 o'clock.
Cobourg, Saturday Evening at 7
Port Hope Saturday Night
Toronto, for Niagara Sunday Morning at 7
Niagara for Toronto every Monday at 2 P.M.
Toronto, Monday Evening at 8.
Port Hope Tuesday Morning at 4.
Cobourg Tuesday Morning at 5.
And arrive at Kingston in the afternoon.
Thus making two trips per week, from Kingston to Niagara. The St. George will await the arrival of Passengers who leave Montreal (via the St. Lawrence) on Monday and Thursday morning. They can proceed from Prescott to Kingston in the Britannia. The St. George boat also awaits the arrival at Kingston of the Rideau Canal boats.
Passengers leaving Niagara or Toronto in the St. George on Monday and Thursday, will arrive at Montreal on Wednesday and Saturday afternoon as there will always be a boat running in connection with her, between Kingston and Prescott.
THIS BEAUTIFUL VESSEL
Is propelled by a low pressure Engine of 90 Horse Power; is Schooner Rigged; and is elegantly fitted up for Cabin passengers.
No Luggage or Parcels taken charge of, unless booked and paid for. All freight payable on delivery.
Kingston, September 4th, 1834.