The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 3 July 1827, page 3


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AMERICAN
STEAMBOAT LINE
ON LAKE ONTARIO.
THE ONTARIO STEAM-
BOAT COMPANY

respectfully inform the public that they have made improvements in the accommodations and engine of the

Ontario

CAPTAIN P. INGALLS,

that will enable them to furnish passengers, between Niagara and Ogdensburgh the ensuing season, with a comfortable and expeditious passage.

ON HER PASSAGE DOWN

She will leave LEWISTON every Tuesday at 3 o'clock, P.M.; YOUNGSTOWN and FOR NIAGARA, at 5; ROCHESTER, Wednesday, at 3; touch at OSWEGO, and SACKET'S HARBOR, Thursday; and arrive at OGDENSBURGH on Friday Morning, in season for Passengers to proceed by messrs. Norton & Co's Line of Stages and Steam-boats to MONTREAL.

ON HER PASSAGE UP

She will leave OGDENSBURGH every Friday at 3 o'clock, P.M.; SACKET'S HARBOR, Saturday, at 3; touch at OSWEGO, and leave ROCHESTER Monday, at 10 A.M. and arrive at LEWISTON in time to afford passengers, wishing to return in her, an opportunity to visit the FALLS OF NIAGARA.

For Freight or passage apply at the Ontario Steamboat Office, ROCHESTER; to either of their Agents at the different Ports; or to the Master on board.

AGENTS.

C. HOTCHKISS, Lewiston
O. HATHAWAY, Youngstown,
J.G. HANFORD, Hanford's Landing
ALVIN BRONSON,
MATTHEW M'NAIR, Oswego
P. BUTTERFIELD, Sacket's Harbor,
AINSWORTH & LEE, Cape Vincent,
A. CHAPMAN & CO. Morristown,
JOHN C. BUSH, Ogdensburg.

THE MARTHA OGDEN

will commence her regular trips, on the same route, about the 20th of June, when the public will be informed of the time of her arrival and departure from the different Ports.

The Boats will touch regularly at CAPE VINCENT and MORRISTOWN during the season.

Rochester, June 1827.


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Notes:
Column 2 ad.
Date of Original:
3 July 1827
Local identifier:
GLN.2745
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Dave Swayze
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 3 July 1827, page 3