The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Gore (Steamboat), 15 Apr 1844


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      ADVERTISEMENT
LAKE ONTARIO - New Line of Low Pressure steamers from Rochester to Cobourg, Port Hope, Toronto, Hamilton, Niagara and Lewiston. The new and fast sailing stm. GORE, Capt. Thomas Dick, will until further notice, leave Rochester every Tuesday and Friday mornings at 9:30, for Cobourg; and will leave Cobourg at 6:00 P.M. for Port Hope and Toronto. Returning, the GORE will leave Toronto for Rochester, touching at Port Hope and Cobourg, every Sunday and Wednesday nights at 10:30; and will leave Port Hope and Cobourg early on Monday and Thursday mornings.
As there is a Railroad from Albany to Auburn, within about 60 miles of Rochester, and an excellent line of coaches twice a day between Rochester and Auburn, passengers by this route can reach New York and Cobourg and Port Hope in 48 hours!
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      April 15, 1844


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new steamer Line
Date of Original:
1844
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McN.E.10848
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Gore (Steamboat), 15 Apr 1844