Arrived - July 5th - Thomas McKay, Captain Chambers, with 15 cabin passengers, and having barge Iroquois in tow, loaded with merchandise. (consignees listed)
Sailed - 7th - Thomas McKay, with passengers and Barge Iroquois in tow (consignees listed.)
The steam-boat Rideau is expected every hour with Barge Jane in tow loaded with goods for the Upper Lake.
OTTAWA & RIDEAU FORWARDING COMPANY.
Arrangements having been made by the above Company, notice is hereby given, that the following Steam Vessels will leave Kingston and Bytown on the days undermentioned, at day light.
On Tuesday, the Thos. McKay, Capt. Chambers.
On Thursday, the Rideau, Capt. Bowen.
On Saturday, the Bytown, Capt. Robins.
On Sunday, the Margaret, Capt. Morehouse.
On Sunday, the Rideau, Capt. Bowen.
On Wednesday, the Bytown, Capt. Robins.
On Thursday, the Margaret, Capt. Morehouse.
On Friday or Saturday, T. McKay, Capt. Chambers.
For freight or passage, apply to the respective Captains on Board, or to
G. Brush, Agent.
Kingston, June 29th, 1835.
BAY AND RIVER
The Steam Boat
SIR JAMES KEMPT,
Will until further notice, perform her trips up the Bay of Quinte on Tuedays and Fridays, and return on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Will leave Kingston for Prescott on Sunday and Wednesday Evenings.
Will leave Prescott for Kingston and the Bay on Monday and Thursday Evenings, after the arrival of the Boats from below.
Passengers for Montreal leaving Kingston by this Boat on Sunday Evening, may be sure of meeting the Montreal line at Prescott on Monday Morning, as the boat leaves expressly for that purpose at 5 P.M.
Kingston, 22nd June, 1835.