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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 7, 1841

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Kingston and Rochester.

Until further notice, the large and commodious Steamer


Captain Drummond,

Will ply between the Ports of Kingston and Rochester, commencing her Trips as follows:

Upwards - Will leave Kingston every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday evening, after the arrival of the Mail Steamboat from Montreal.

Downwards - Will leave Rochester landing every Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evening, after the arrival of the Packet Boats.

The Union is well fitted up for Passengers, and extremely well adapted for Freight.

The passage to and from Rochester is performed during the night. Passengers from Rochester for Montreal can arrive there within 48 hours, and Freight generally in three days.

For Freight or Passage apply to Mr. T. Phillips, Rail Road Office, Rochester, the Captain on board, or to

McPherson & Crane.

Kingston, Aug. 7th, 1841.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 7, 1841