The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 31, 1866

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p.2 Excursion to Halifax - It will be seen by the Messrs. Chaffey's advertisement that the steamer Her Majesty is to make an excursion trip to Halifax and return; the trip to occupy about four weeks. The steamer has good cabin accommodations, and as to the trip, specially, no pleasanter could be chosen during the heat of the summer months.

Imports - 30,31; Exports - 28-30.

p.3 ad - Excursion Trip to Halifax & Return - The A-1 Upper Cabin Steamer Her Majesty, Captain Chisholm, Will Leave Kingston on Friday Next, at Noon, For Halifax, calling at Montreal, Quebec, and Gulf Ports.

The Steamer has been fitted up expressly for the Gulf Trade, and has First Class Cabin and Stateroom Accommodation. The trip will occupy about 4 weeks, one of which will be spent in Halifax.

Cabin Fare for the round trip - $56

" " to Halifax - $26

" " to Quebec - $7

" " to Montreal -$4

For further particulars as to freight or passage, Apply to Geo. Chaffey & Bro., Kingston and Montreal. Kingston, July 31st, 1866

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 31, 1866