The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), July 29, 1825


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Lake Ontario

STEAM BOATS

The

ONTARIO,

William Vaughan, Master,

Will leave (weather permitting,) the following ports, going down, at 3 o'clock P.M. - Lewiston and Niagara on Monday, Genesee River on Tuesday, and Sacket's Harbor on Wednesday.

Returning to Niagara, will leave at three o'clock, P.M. - Ogdensburgh on Tuesday, Sacket's Harbor on Friday, and Genesee River on Saturday.

The

MARTHA OGDEN,

Daniel Reed, Master,

Will leave (weather permitting,) the following ports, going down, at 3 o'clock, P.M. - Lewiston and Niagara on Tuesday, Genesee River on Friday, and Sacket's Harbor on Saturday.

Returning to Niagara, will leave at eight o'clock, P.M. - Ogdensburgh on Monday, Sacket's Harbour on Tuesday, and Genesee River on Wednesday.

Both Boats will touch at Morristown going and returning.

Rates of Passage

Fare from Niagara to Genesee River - $3

" " Genesee River to S. Harbor - $5

" " S. Harbor to Ogdensburgh - $5

Returning at the same rates - Forward Cabin passage at 3/4ths the above rates. Deck passage1/2.

The Ontario having undergone thorough & complete repairs, is now fitted up in superior style, for the accommodation and comfort of passengers. From the well-known reputation of her Captain, the Proprietors feel confident that general satisfaction will be given.

The Martha Ogden is a new Boat, well found - her accommodations good - her Captain well qualified for the command. The proprietors are determined to carry into complete effect the above arrangements.

Agents for the Boats - William King, Niagara; J. Hawkins, Genesee River; T. Burr and C. Van Slyck, Rockester; L. & S. Denison, Sacket's Harbor; John C. Bush, Ogdensburgh.

Enos Stone,

Elisha Ely, }Proprietors

L. & S. Denison.

Rochester, 25th May, 1825.


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Date of Original:
July 29, 1825
Local identifier:
KN.690
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), July 29, 1825