- Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), June 30, 1819
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The Subscriber begs leave to inform his friends and the public, that he has increased his means of
in BOATS from Kingston to Montreal, and, on the opening of the Navigation, will have a Covered Passage Boat in operation, which will perform the passage, up and down the River, every Eleventh Day.
Flour delivered on his Wharf, the Casks in good order, shall be delivered at the port of Montreal, at the rate of 90 cents per barrel, free of every other expense, the dangers of the river excepted; and
every other article of Produce shall pay in proportion to its weight.
Merchandise, intended for the upper country, will be received at Lachine and delivered out of his Store at $1 per cwt. free of every other charge.
Kingston, Upper Canada)
February 1, 1819. ) 13
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- June 30, 1819
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- Richard Palmer
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