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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 22, 1839


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p.2 The Army - A detachment of the 65th Regiment under Mr. Cook, left Fort Henry in the Dolphin steamer on Thursday last, for Prescott, where they will be stationed for the present.

Depy. Asst. Com. Gen. Edwards, and Dr. Smith, 65th Reg't, with an escort of the 71st Reg't in charge of specie for the Commissariat, arrived per Rideau steamer, Capt. Twohy, on Thursday last.

p.3

LAKE ONTARIO

Arrangements For 1839.

Kingston, Oswego, Niagara, and Lewiston.

The Splendid Steam Boat,

GREAT BRITAIN,

Capt. Jacob Herchmer,

Has commenced her regular trips, and will until further notice, ply as follows, viz: -

Upwards

Leaving Kingston every Wednesday and Saturday morning, at Nine o'clock.

Oswego, Wednesday and Saturday afternoon, after the arrival of the Stages and Packets, and arrive at Lewiston early on the following morning.

Downwards

Leaving Lewiston every Thursday and Monday afternoon, at Four o'clock.

Oswego, Friday and Tuesday morning, at Seven o'clock, and arrive at Kingston on the same day, in time to take the boat for Dickinson's Landing.

By this arrangement, Travellers will reach Montreal in 48 hours from Lewiston - And Passengers leaving Montreal on Mondays and Thursdays arrive at Kingston in time to take the Great Britain on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Wm. Meneilly, Agent.

Steamboat Office, Kingston, June 1st, 1839.

LAKE ONTARIO

Arrangements for 1839.

The Public are respectfully informed, that a Daily Line of SteamBoats, between Kingston and Toronto, has been established, and will ply as follows, calling at the intermediate Ports, viz.:-

Upwards

Will leave Kingston daily (except Sunday) after the arrival of the Boat from Dickson's Landing, with the Stage Passengers from Montreal.

COMMODORE BARRIE

Mondays and Thursdays,

WILLIAM IV

Tuesdays and Fridays,

SAINT GEORGE

Wednesdays and Saturdays,

And arrive at Toronto on the following days.

Downwards

The same Boats will leave Toronto every day, (except Sunday) at nine o'clock, A.M. as follows, viz.:-

WILLIAM IV

Mondays and Thursdays,

SAINT GEORGE

Tuesdays and Fridays,

COMMODORE BARRIE

Wednesdays and Saturdays,

And arrive at Kingston on the following mornings, in time for the Passengers to take the Boat for Dickinson's Landing.

In connection with the above Boats, the Steamboats Brockville and Dolphin leave Kingston every day (except Sunday) for Dickinson's Landing, as follows, viz.:-

Downwards

BROCKVILLE

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,

DOLPHIN

Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,

And Passengers arrive in Montreal on the following days.

Upwards

Will leave Dickinson's Landing every day (except Sunday) at three o'clock, A.M.

DOLPHIN

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,

BROCKVILLE

Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,

And arrive at Kingston on the same evenings, in time for the Lake Boats.

Wm. Meneilly, Agent

Steamboat Office, Kingston, 1st June, 1839.


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Date of Original:
June 22, 1839
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KN.1571
Language of Item:
English
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Rick Neilson
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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 22, 1839