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Steam-Boat Arrangements For 1836.
GREAT BRITAIN & UNITED STATES,
Will after the 1st of June ply as follows:
THE GREAT BRITAIN THE UNITED STATES
Captain Whitney Captain Van Cleve
Going up, Leaves Going up, Leaves
Prescott Tuesday Evening Ogdensburgh & Prescott, Sunday 5 P.M.
Brockville do. do. Kingston Monday Morning
Kingston Wednesday forenoon Sackett's Harbor do. Noon
Oswego do. evening Oswego do. Evening
Cobourg Thursday morning Rochester Tuesday Morning
Port Hope do. do. Toronto do. Evening
Toronto Friday do. And arrives at Youngstown and Lewiston
And arrives at Niagara, Queenston and early on Wednesday Morning, giving
Lewiston, the same forenoon. passengers all day to visit Falls and return Coming down, Leaves by the Boat.
Lewiston Saturday, at 2 P.M. Coming down, Leaves
Lewiston Wednesday at 7 P.M.
Youngstown do. do.
Niagara do. 3 P.M. Rochester Thursday Morning
Toronto do. 10 Night. Oswego do. Evening
Port Hope Sunday Morning. Sackett's Harbor do. Night
Cobourg do. do. Kingston Friday Morning
Oswego do. Night. And arrives at Ogdensburgh same afternoon,
Kingston Monday Morning. touching going up and coming down at Morrisburg
Brockville do. Noon. burg, Brockville, Alexandria Bay and French Creek
And arrives at Prescott same afternoon,
touching in going up and coming down at
Alexandria Bay and French Creek.
Passengers leaving Niagara by the Passengers leaving the Niagara by the
Great Britain on Saturday will arrive in United States on Wednesday evening, will
Montreal on Tuesday evening. will reach Montreal on Saturday evening.
Passengers by either Boat will pass the St. Lawrence from Kingston to Montreal by day-light.
Parties from the South intending to visit Niagara Falls, will find it a pleasant and expeditious route to take the Lake Steamers at Oswego or Rochester.
Dated May 26th, 1836.
A Card - The Subscriber takes this opportunity of returning his thanks to Captain Bonter of the steamboat Kingston, and Captain Baker of the Sir James Kempt, for the very handsome manner in which they rendered their assistance in taking the schooner St. Lawrence off a shoal near the Stone Mills, the said Schooner having when heavily laden run upon the shoal during a dense fog.
John Ives, June 3rd, 1836