City of Toronto (Steamboat), 1 Jun 1844
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Advert. DAILY STEAM CONVEYANCES.
[ Sunday Excepted]
BETWEEN TORONTO and KINGSTON
Calling at the Intermediate Ports, viz Windsor, Darlington, Bond Head,
Port Hope, and Cobourg, weather permitting.
THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKETS;
S O V E R E I G N, - - - - Capt. EMLSLEY,
C I T Y of T O R O N T O, - Capt. T. DICK,
P R I N C E S S R O Y A L - Capt. COLCLEUGH.
Sail as under,
FROM TORONT TO KINGSTON
SOVEREIGN - Every Monday and Thursday, at Noon:
CITY of TORONTO -- Every Tuesday and Friday, at Noon:
PRINCESS ROYAL - Every Wednesday and Saturday, at Noon:
FROM KINGSTON TO TORONTO:
PRINCESS ROYAL - Every Monday and Thursday Evenings. At Eight o'clock.
SOVEREIGN - Every Tuesday and Friday Evenings, at Eight o'clock.
CITY of TORONTO -- Every Wednesday and Saturday Evenings at Eight o'clock.
Steamers arrive daily at Toronto from Hamilton and Niagara, in time for the above boats to Kingston.
Passengers are particularly requested to look after their personal luggage, as the proprietors will not
be accountable for any article whatever, unless ENTERED and SIGNED FOR, as received by them
or their Agents
Royal Mail Ticket Office, Front St. Toronto. 16th May, 1844
The Globe, Toronto, Canada West
Tuesday, June 11, 1844
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- William R. McNeil
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