The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 17, 1844

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p.1 ad for steamer Prince Edward, Capt. Bonter, on Bay of Quinte.

ad for steamer Prince of Wales, Capt. Charles B. Crysler, running on Bay of Quinte as a night boat.

-ad for Forwarding by Murray & Sanderson.

-ad for Royal Mail Line, Montreal to Kingston - steamers Highlander, Canada, and Gildersleeve.

-ad for Royal Mail Steam Packets Sovereign, City of Toronto, Princess Royal on Lake Ontario.

-ad for steamer Brittania, Capt. Maxwell, for Montreal direct.

-ad for Pioneer Steam-Boat Company, freight and passage on Pioneer, Gleaner, and William Henry; proprietors L. Hilliard, Thomas Fraser, C.H. Peck, and W.D. Dickinson.

-ad for steamer Pilot, for Montreal direct, by H. & S. Jones.

p.3 The Proprietors of the Lake Ontario Mail Steamers have made an arrangement with the Messrs. Ives, by which the Steamer Frontenac has been withdrawn from the route between Kingston and Hamilton. The Frontenac will tow rafts, etc. for a short time until another route has been decided on. The Fare to Toronto by the Mail Steamers is now $4 Cabin and 7 s & 6 d Decks. A fair, reasonable price.

-ad for steamer Frontenac, for Oswego.

-Notice of dividend of 3 % for Kingston Marine Railway.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 17, 1844