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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), July 3, 1830

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p.3 The Picnic - to Garden Island.

Notice to creditors of Donald McLevir - late contractor on Rideau Canal.




The Niagara, Capt. John Mosier, commences her regular trips for the season, Saturday, May 1st, ending on Tuesday, Nov. 2nd.

Leaves Niagara for Prescott every Saturday morning, at eight o'clock, touching at York, (Cobourg and Port Hope, wind and weather permitting,) Kingston and Brockville, and will arrive the following day.

Leaves Prescott every Tuesday evening, after the arrival of the Montreal Stages, for Niagara touching at Brockville, Kingston, (Cobourg and Port Hope, wind and weather permitting) and York, and will arrive at Niagara on Friday morning.

Rates of Passage.

To or from Prescott and Niagara, £2 10 0

From Prescott to York, 2 10 0

To or from Kingston and Niagara, 2 0 0

To or from Kingston and York, 2 0 0

To or from Kingston and Prescott, 0 15 0

To or from York and Niagara. 0 10 0

From Prescott to Montreal there is a daily line of Post Coaches (Sundays excepted) running in connection with the above boat.

Agents - At Kingston, Archibald McDonald; at Queenston, Adam Brown; at York, Newbigging and Murray; and at Niagara, W.D. Miller.

*The NIAGARA (341 tons burthen) is in the best sailing order, - has very superior accommodations, - and her engine, by Ward, is on the low pressure principle.

Niagara, April 10th, 1830.

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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), July 3, 1830