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FOR GREEN BAY.-- The elegant fast sailing steamboat Monroe, Capt. H. Whittaker, will leave Buffalo on Thursday, the 8th inst. (to-morrow,) for Green Bay, touching at Mackinac, and the intermediate ports on Lake Erie.
The Monroe has good and spacious accommodations for passengers.
Berths or State Rooms may be secured by application to the Master on board, or to
BARKER & HOLT, Buffalo.
O NEWBERRY, Detroit.
NIAGARA FALLS. The Steam Boat Victory will, during the remainder of the season, leave Chippewa at 1/2 past 1 o'clock, P.M. She leaves the wharf of Barker & Holt every morning, at 9 o'clock, for the Falls, as usual.
Carriages will always be in readiness to convey passengers to the Falls, Niagara and Lewiston or elsewhere. By this arrangement, passengers will be allowed three or four hours at the Falls, and return the same day in time to take the evening Boat going west from Buffalo.
BARKER & HOLT, Agents.
LAKE ONTARIO--Fall Arrangement..--The Steam Boat United States, Capt. J. Van Cleve, leaves Lewiston at 7 o'clock, P.M. every Tuesday, for Ogdensburgh, touching at Rochester, Oswego, Sacketts Harbour, Kingston and Brockville, and arrives at Ogdensburgh Thursday afternoon.
Passengers by this Boat will arrive at Montreal Friday evening. Those going east, by taking this boat to Oswego, will reach Albany on Friday evening.
Lewiston, Oct. 5, 1835.
LAKE ONTARIO--Fall Arrangement.--The Steam Boat Great Britain, Capt. J. Whitney, will for the remainder of the season, run as follows: Leaves Lewiston, N.Y. on Saturdays, at 10 A.M. and Niagara, U.C. at 3 P.M. touching at Toronto, Cobourg, Port HOpe, Oswego, Kingston and Brockville. Passengers by this boat may arrive in Montreal on Tuesday evening. Those going east, by taking this boat to Oswego, will arrive in Albany on Thursday. Lewiston, Oct. 5, 1835.
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- 7 October 1835
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- Richard Palmer
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