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Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), June 4, 1831


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p.3 Commodore Barrie, C.B., sailed last evening in H.M. schooner Cockburn, upon a cruise through the Upper Lakes.

We are happy to be able to contradict, upon the authority of the York Courier, the mischievous statement regarding the loss of the steamboat between Buffalo and Detroit.

NOTICE.

The Steam Boat Queenston.

The Public are respectfully informed, that the Steam-Boat Queenston, Capt. Meneilley, with Mr. T.W. Corning, Sailing Master, has commenced her regular trips, and during the Season,

Will leave Prescott every Sunday morning after the arrival of the Stage, which leaves Montreal on Saturday morning, touching at Brockville, Kingston, Cobourg, Port Hope, York, Burlington Bay and Niagara.

Will leave Niagara for Prescott every Thursday morning at 9 o'clock, touching at Kingston and Brockville, and arrive at Prescott the following afternoon where, as usual, Stages will be in attendance to convey passengers to Montreal.

The rates of passage and freight the same as are charged by other steamboats.

May, 1831.

Steam-Boat Notice, on Lake Ontario.

The Splendid New Steam-Boat

GREAT BRITAIN

Capt. Joseph Whitney,

Propelled by two Low pressure Engines of 90 Horse power each.

The public are respectfully informed that the following arrangements have been made for the month of June: Will leave Prescott at 6 o'clock on the morning of the following days: Friday the 3rd, Wednesday the 8th, Monday 13th, Saturday 18th, Thursday 23rd, Tuesday 28th, touching at Brockville, Kingston, York and Niagara. Will leave Niagara at 6 o'clock on the afternoon of the following days: Sunday the 5th, Friday the 10th, Wednesday 15th, Monday 20th, Saturday 25th, Thursday 30th, touching at Kingston, Brockville and Prescott. The arrangements for the remainder of the season will be advertised as soon as it is ascertained, if the Great Britain will be permitted to call at Oswego.

No expense has been spared in finishing and furnishing the above Boat in the most comfortable manner. The rates of passage and freight are the same as charged by other boats.

June 1st, 1831.

The New Steam-Boat

CHARLES CARROLL,

Calvin Case, Master

Will leave Kingston for Sackets Harbour, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 o'clock, A.M.

Cabin Passage 5 s.

Steerage 3s. 9d.


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Date of Original:
June 4, 1831
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KN.945
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), June 4, 1831