ST. LAWRENCE RIVER NAVIGATION.
The New and Fast Sailing Steamer
Capt. Thomas Howard,
Will ply during the season of 1851, between Kingston and Montreal twice in each week, calling at the intermediate ports.
This commodious and swift vessel will always be prepared to take Passengers and Freight to and from Montreal and Kingston, with the utmost punctuality and despatch, and on as reasonable terms as any other vessel.
The St. Lawrence has been fitted up with Upper Saloon and Spacious Airy State Rooms, expressly to ensure the greatest comfort to passengers, and will be enclosed from stem to stern.
Dealers in cattle will find excellent accommodation for stock, as the deck of the St. Lawrence is capable of carrying any number safely and conveniently.
All Freight will be shipped and landed either at Kingston or Montreal, free from charge for storage and wharfage.
Days and hours of sailing will be made known in a future advertisement.
Kingston, March 3rd, 1851.