(from original at Queen's University - Special Collections)
p.1 Notice of meeting of Stockholders of Ottawa & Rideau Forwarding Company to be held at office of John Molson in Montreal on May 13th.
Royal Mail Steamers
The Public are informed that the following are the Arrangements for this Season:
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.
Kingston, May 1, 1843.
ad for Bay of Quinte steamboat Kingston, Capt. Harrison
ad for steamer Charlotte for Montreal direct by Macpherson & Crane.
Notice - Quebec Forwarding Company to transport goods direct to Quebec without transhipment.
p.3 ad for steamer Union, Capt. C. Bums, on Lake Ontario.
ad for Quebec Forwarding Company.