(from originals in bound volume at N.A.C.)
p.2 James F. Smith VS W.L. Whiting - a case at Toronto involving the steamer Neptune and a bateau on Lake St. Francis.
- St. Lawrence Canal - work to start. [Cornwall Observer]
The New And Elegant
Low Pressure Steam Boat
Fifty Horse Power and Two Hundred Tons Burthen,
For Speed & Safety Unequalled
From Prescott to Kingston
And the Head of the Bay of Quinte
Will leave Prescott and Ogdensburgh on Monday and Thursday evenings after the arrival of the Steam boats from below; will touch at Brockville, French Creek, and arrive at Kingston next morning.
Will leave Kingston for the Head of the Bay on Tuesday and Friday mornings at 9 o'clock; will touch at Bath, Fredericksburgh, Adolphustown, Hallowell, Culbertson's Sophiasburgh, Belleville, River Trent, and arrive at the Carrying Place same evening.
Will leave the Carrying Place about 4 o'clock, after the arrival of the Western Stages, on Wednesday and Saturday mornings; will touch at the above mentioned intermediate places, and arrive at Kingston same afternoons.
Will leave Kingston on Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 7 o'clock, will touch at French Creek and Brockville, and arrive at Prescott the same night.
Good Stages leave the Carrying Place after the arrival of the Boat, for Cobourg, Port Hope and city of Toronto, making it a delightful route by water and land for those who wish to see this interesting country.
Every attention will be paid to the comfort of passengers, and the boat is well adapted to take freight, horses, cattle, etc.
At Prescott, Messrs. Crane, Hooker & Co.
Messrs. McMillan, Link & Co.
At Kingston, " J.G. Parker.
At Hallowell, " C. Bockus.
At Belleville, " B. Flint.
At Cobourg, " W. Weller.
Kingston, April, 1834.