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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 22, 1850


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Port of Kingston.

May 20th - Schr. Sir Charles Bagot, Toronto, 3818 1/2 bush. wheat, 520 bbls. flour, Hooker & Holton.

Schr. Fashion, Oswego, gen. cargo.

Str. Cataract, Ogdensburgh, gen. cargo.

Str. Ontario, Lewiston, gen. cargo.

QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY!

PIC NIC

The Steamer

FARMER,

John McGill Chambers, Master,

Will leave McLennan's Wharf on Friday next, the 24th instant, at 9 o'clock A.M., on a Pic Nic to

SIMCOE AND HORSE SHOE ISLANDS.

The Farmer will return to Town at Eleven o'clock, A.M., and leave again at 1 o'clock; returning in the evening at 5.

Tickets - 1s. 3d. each.

Kingston, 22nd May, 1850.

FOR TORONTO AND HAMILTON,

THIS DAY.

The Fast Sailing and Excellent Sea Going Mail Steamer

CITY OF TORONTO,

Capt. Dick,

Will leave for Toronto and Hamilton, This Afternoon, immediately after the arrival of the Mail River Steamer.

Kingston, May 22nd, 1850.

BAY OF QUINTE

1850.

And River St. Lawrence Route!

The Splendid Steamer

HENRY GILDERSLEEVE,

Capt. R. Gilpin,

Will perform one trip a week between Belleville and Montreal:

Downwards

Leaving Belleville Monday morning at 8 A.M.

Picton do. do. 11 A.M.

Bath do. 1 P.M.

Kingston do. 5

Gananoque do. 6 1/2

Leaves Brockville Tuesday morning at 4 A.M.

Prescott do. do. 5 A.M.

Matilda do. do. 7 1/2

Williamsburgh do. do. 8

Piller's Wharf do. do. 8 1/2

Cornwall do. do. 9

Coteau du Lac do. 12 1/4 P.M.

Arriving at Montreal do. do. 3

UPWARDS

Leaving Montreal Canal Basin Wednesday morning at 5 o'clock A.M.

Lachine on arrival 7 1/2 Train from Montreal at 8 o'clock A.M.

Coteau du Lac, Wednesday at 3 1/2 P.M.

Cornwall do. 7 P.M.

Dickenson's Landing do. 10 P.M.

Piller's Wharf do. 11 1/2 P.M.

Williamsburgh do. 12

Matilda, Tuesday morning at 3 1/2 A.M.

Prescott do. do. 6 1/2

Maitland do. do. 7 1/2

Brockville do. do. 8 1/2

Gananoque do. do. 11 1/2

Kingston do. 1 P.M.

Bath do. 8 P.M.

Picton do. 9 1/2

Arriving at Belleville and Trent Port early next morning.

By this arrangement passengers will be enabled to reach Kingston on Thursdays in time for the Mail Boats for Toronto and Hamilton, and for the American Line Steamers Westward, and also, Merchants will be enabled to ship direct to any port on the Bay, without transhipment, and at as low prices as any in the trade.

For the Gildersleeve inquire of Messrs. H. Jones & Co., Wellington Stores, Canal Basin, Montreal, and to the Capt. on board at Belleville.

Kingston, May 16th, 1850.

THROUGH LINE.

Montreal, Toronto and Hamilton, Direct!

The Splendid and Fast Sailing Iron Steamer

PASSPORT,

Capt. W. Bowen,

Will leave Kingston for Toronto and Hamilton, and intermediate Ports, This Day, (Wednesday) the 22nd inst., at 6 o'clock P.M.

River Mail Steamboat Office,

Kingston, 22nd May, 1850.

ROYAL MAIL RIVER LINE.

THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.

The Mail Steamer

CANADA,

Capt. O'Connor,

Will leave the Commercial Wharf tomorrow morning, at half past 5 o'clock.

Kingston, May 22nd, 1850.


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Date of Original:
May 22, 1850
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KN.5964
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 22, 1850