The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 2, 1843


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(from original at Toronto Central Reference Library - Baldwin Room)

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LAKE ONTARIO 1843.

THE STEAM PACKET

UNION,

Capt. Charles Burns,

Will, during the Season, ply between Kingston, Oswego, Wellington, Cobourg, Port Hope, Bond Head Harbor, Port Darlington, Whitby, Toronto and Hamilton, as follows:

Upwards,

To leave Kingston every Monday at 7 o'clock A.M.; Oswego 7 o'clock P.M., and on Tuesday call at Wellington, Cobourg, Port Hope, Bond Head Harbor, Port Darlington and Whitby, arriving at Toronto the same night. Leaving Toronto for Hamilton on Wednesday at 9 o'clock, A.M., touching at Port Credit and Oakville.

Downwards,

To leave Hamilton every Wednesday evening; Toronto Thursday at 7 o'clock A.M., calling at Whitby, Port Darlington, Bond Head Harbor, Port Hope, Cobourg, and Wellington, and arrive at Oswego on Friday morning.

Will leave Oswego the same evening, after the arrival of the Boats from Syracuse, and reach Kingston on Saturday morning, in time for the Steam Packets for Montreal, via the St. Lawrence, and the Rideau and Ottawa Canals.

AGENTS AND REFERENCES.

Gun & Browne, Hamilto,.

James Browne & Geo. Urquhart, Toronto,

John Welsh, Whitby,

W. Mitchell, Port Darlington,

F. Clarke, Bond Head Harbor,

W. Henderson, Port Hope,

W.H. Kittson, Cobourg,

A. McFaul, Thos. McKeever, Wellington,

Bronson & Crocker, Oswego,

John H. Greer, Kingston.

Kingston, May 5th, 1842.

- ad for M.T. Hunter, Ship Chandler.

The Steamer

BROCKVILLE.

The public are respectfully informed that the subscriber having chartered the Steamboat Brockville, will for the future until the close of the navigation, run her on the Bay of Quinte, leaving Greer's wharf, Kingston, on the morning of Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 11 o'clock, and Belleville on the morning of Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 o'clock, touching at all the intermediate ports up and down.

N.B. Passage to all Clergymen of all denominations free.

JACOB BONTER, Captain.

27th August, 1843.

Course of the Ottawa - description of its course. [Ottawa Advocate]

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1843

Royal Mail Steamers

on

LAKE ONTARIO.

The Public are informed that the following are the Arrangements for this Season:

Lake Ontario

Between Kingston and Toronto

Princess Royal, Colcleugh; Sovereign, Elmsley; City of Toronto, Dick:

From Kingston, at 7 o'clock Evening - Monday and 8 Thursday, Princess Royal,

From Kingston, at 8 o'clock Evening - Tuesday and Friday, Sovereign,

From Kingston, at 8 o'clock Evening - Wednesday and Saturday, City of Toronto,

- and arrive at Toronto early next day.

From Toronto, at 12 o'clock Noon - Monday and Thursday, Sovereign,

From Toronto, at 1 1/2 o'clock P.M. - Tuesday and 12 o'clock Noon Friday, City of Toronto,

From Toronto, at 12 o'clock Noon - Wednesday and Saturday, Princess Royal,

- and arrive at Kingston, early next morning.

The above Steamers call at Cobourg and Port Hope each way.

Royal Mail Packet Office, Kingston, May 1, 1843.


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Date of Original:
Nov. 2, 1843
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Language of Item:
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Rick Neilson
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Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 2, 1843