p.3 The Great Britain Steamer - This unrivalled Queen of the western waters is undergoing very extensive repairs and improvements in our harbour, under the inspection of her well known and veteran commander, Mr. Joseph Whitney.
The Great Britain will, on the opening of the navigation, open her summer campaign on Lake Ontario with her usual regularity and promptness - leaving Prescott every Tuesday evening, Kingston on Wednesdays, and Niagara every Saturday afternoon.
The Oswego - By our advertising columns it will be seen that this very pleasant and handsome vessel will visit our harbor as early as the opening of the navigation will permit. The Oswego is a first rate sea boat, and her accommodations are excellent.
LAKE ONTARIO - 1836
The Steam Boat
Capt. W.S. Malcolm,
Will ply on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River, between Ogdensburgh and Niagara, as follows, commencing April 29th, 1836.
Leaves Ogdensburgh on Friday evening.
Kingston, U.C., Saturday morning,
Sackett's Harbor, Saturday noon,
Oswego, Saturday evening,
Rochester, Sunday morning,
Toronto, U.C., for Niagara and Lewiston, Monday morning, where she arrives early, giving passengers all the day to visit the Falls of Niagara, and return by the boat.
Leaves Lewiston on Monday evening.
Rochester, Tuesday morning.
Oswego, Tuesday afternoon.
Sackett's Harbor, Tuesday night.
Kingston, U.C., Wednesday morning,
and arrives at Ogdensburgh the same evening, touching at French Creek, Morristown, Alexandria and Brockville.
Parties intending visiting the Falls of Niagara, Buffalo, or the different ports on Lake Ontario, will find the route via Oswego or Rochester to be the cheapest and most expeditious.
Passengers leaving Niagara in this boat on Monday evening, will arrive at Montreal on Thursday evening, passing the most interesting part of the St. Lawrence River by day light.