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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 17, 1835


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p.3 The Steamer St. George - We regret to learn, that this fine vessel on Monday morning last on her trip downwards, about thirty miles on this side of Toronto, was struck by the steam-boat William IV at the wheelhouse, which broke her starboard shaft beam. The damage consists of the mere breaking of the beam, no part of the machinery having been injured.

The St. George will be here to resume her trip on Saturday, agreeably to the advertisement to which we would beg to draw the attention of our readers.

The Steam Boat Great Britain was struck by lightning, on her way from Toronto to Niagara, on Thursday last. The fluid gouged a half-turn out of the topgallant and topmasts, but not so as to injure them materially.

LAKE ONTARIO

The Fast Sailing Steam Packet

ST. GEORGE,

Lieut. Harper, R.N. Commander,

Will, until the 1st of September, leave the different ports as follows:

Upwards

Kingston, every Tuesday and Saturday Morning.

Oswego, every Tuesday Evening.

Cobourg, every Wednesday Morning and Saturday Evening.

Port Hope, every do. do.

And arrive at Toronto on Wednesday afternoon and Sunday Morning.

Downwards

Toronto, every Thursday Morning and Sunday Evening.

Port Hope, every Thursday Evening and Monday Morning.

Cobourg, every do. do.

And arrive at Kingston in time for Passengers to take the River Boats for Montreal.

Passengers leaving Toronto by the above Boat on Sunday and Thursday, will arrive in Montreal on Tuesday and Saturday Evening.

No Luggage or Parcels taken charge of, unless booked and paid for.

All Freight payable on delivery.

Kingston, 8th June, 1835.

4th of July Excursion - The Steam Boat Oswego, Capt. Homans, will leave Kingston early on Saturday Morning, 4th of July next, for Sackett's Harbour, and thence among the Islands adjacent in the forenoon on a pleasure excursion. A Band of Music, etc., provided for the occasion.

Inhabitants of Kingston who may desire to take the trip, can return in the Steam Boat America, Capt. Tyler, the same evening. June 17th, 1835.

RIDEAU CANAL

Arrived.

14th - Steamboat Rideau, after a short passage of 30 hours, with Cabin and Deck passengers, all for the West.

Sailed

15th Thomas McKay, loaded with pork, and having barge Hope in tow loaded with wheat.

16th The Steamboat Rideau with passengers, the Barges Jane and Mary are daily expected (with list of consignees).


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Date of Original:
June 17, 1835
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KN.1155
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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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 17, 1835