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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), May 20, 1843


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ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKETS.

1843

LAKE ONTARIO.

The following are the arrangements for the season of 1843.

Between Kingston and Toronto.

Princess Royal, Capt. Colcleugh.

Sovereign, Captain Elmsley.

City of Toronto, Captain Dick.

From Kingston at eight o'clock, Evening, Monday & Thursday, Princess Royal.

From Kingston at eight o'clock, Evening, Tuesday & Friday, Sovereign.

From Kingston at eight o'clock, Evening, Wednesday and Saturday, City of Toronto;

and arrive at Toronto early next day. The above Steamers await the arrival of the Montreal Mail at Kingston.

From Toronto at 12 o'clock noon, Monday and Thursday, Sovereign.

From Toronto at 12 o'clock noon, Tuesday and Friday, City of Toronto.

From Toronto at 12 o'clock noon, Wednesday and Saturday, Princess Royal;

and arrive at Kingston early next morning.

The Royal Mail Steam Packets call at Cobourg and Port Hope, each way.

All Baggage at the risk of the owners, unless regularly Booked and paid for.

Kingston, April, 1843.

Lake Ontario, 1843

The Steam Packet

UNION,

Captain C. Burns,

Will, during the season, ply between Kingston, Oswego, Wellington, Cobourg, Port Hope, Bond Head Harbor, Port Darlington, Whitby, Toronto and Hamilton, as follows:

Upwards,

To leave Kingston every Monday at 8 o'clock, A.M., Oswego, 7 o'clock, P.M., and on Tuesday call at Wellington, Cobourg, Port Hope, Bond Head Harbor, Port Darlington, and Whitby, arriving at Toronto the same night. Leaving Toronto for Hamilton on Wednesday at 6 o'clock A.M., touching at Port Credit and Oakville.

Downwards

To leave Hamilton every Wednesday evening, Toronto at 7 o'clock A.M., calling at Whitby, Port Darlington, Bond Head Harbor, Port Hope, Cobourg, and Wellington, and arrive at Oswego on Friday morning.

Will leave Oswego the same evening, after the arrival of the boats from Syracuse, and reach Kingston on Saturday morning, in time for the Steam Packets for Montreal, via the St. Lawrence and Rideau and Ottawa Canals.

Agents and References.

Gunn & Browne, Hamilton,

James Brown, Geo. Urquhart, Toronto,

John Welsh, Whitby,

W. Mitchell, Port Darlington,

F. Clarks, Bond Head Harbor,

W. Henderson, Port Hope,

W.H. Kittson, Cobourg,

A. McFaul, Thos. McKeever, Wellington,

Bronson & Crocker, Oswego,

John H. Greer, Kingston.

Kingston, May 5th, 1843.


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Date of Original:
May 20, 1843
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Rick Neilson
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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), May 20, 1843