p.2 The Fastest Boat in the World - steamer Lexington at N.Y., deck is an arch [Albany Argus]
LAKE ONTARIO 1835.
The New and Splendid Steam Boat
Capt. James Sinclair,
Propelled by two Low Pressure Engines,
Will leave the different Ports as follows:
Leaves Prescott every Wednesday after the arrival of the Montreal Stages, Brockville Wednesday evening, Kingston Thursday morning, 9 o'clock, Oswego Thursday evening, 6 o'clock, Cobourg Friday morning, Port Hope Friday morning, Toronto, Friday evening for Niagara.
Leaves Niagara every Saturday morning, at 10 o'clock, Port Hope Saturday evening, Cobourg Saturday evening, Oswego Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, Kingston Sunday evening at 6 o'clock, and arrives at Prescott in time for the Montreal Stages on Monday morning.
The Boat is of superior speed and commanded by one of the most experienced Navigators on the Lake.
Every attention will be paid to passengers and also to property regularly shipped.
Kingston, June 19th, 1835.
June 18th - Steam Boat Margaret, with passengers, and Barge Dolphin in tow, loaded with Merchandise for Kingston and the Upper Lakes.
do. - Steam Boat Bytown with passengers, and Barge Mary, loaded with Merchandise for Kingston and the Upper Country.
19th - Margaret, loaded with Pork.
The Bytown sails tomorrow, with Barges Mary and Dolphin, now loading with Flour and Potash for Montreal (with list of consignees).