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The Steam Boat FRONENAC
Having now completed her second trip across Lake Ontario, will in future leave the different Ports on the following Days, viz.:-
Kingston, for York, on Sunday 22 June.
York, for Queenston, Tuesday 24th
Queenston, for York, Thursday 26th
York, for Kingston, Monday 30th
Kingston for York, Tuesday 1st July.
York, for Queenston, Thursday 3rd
Queenston, for York, Saturday 5th
York, for Kingston, Sunday 6th
Kingston, for York, Thursday 19th
York, for Queenston, Saturday 12th
Queenston, for York, Monday 14th
York, for Kingston, Tuesday 15th
Kingston, for York, Saturday 19th
York, for Queenston, Monday 21st
Queenston, for York, Wednesday 23rd
York, for Kingston, Thursday 24th
Kingston, for York, Monday 28th
York, for Queenston, Wednesday 30th
Queenston, for York, Friday 1st August.
York, for Kingston, Saturday 2nd
RATES OF PASSAGE
£ s. d.
From Kingston to Ernest Town 0 10 0
do. to New Castle 1 15 0
do. to York and Niagara 3 0 0
do. to Burlington 3 10 0
do. to Prescott 1 10 0
Prescott to York and Niagara 4 0 0
do. to Burlington 4 10 0
York to Niagara 1 0 0
Children under three years of age, half price; above three and under ten, two thirds.
A Book will be kept for entering the names of Passengers, and the Births which they may choose, at which time the passage money must be paid.
Passengers are allowed 60 lbs. weight of baggage, surplus baggage to be paid for at the usual rate. Gentlemen's servants cannot eat or sleep in the Cabin.
Steerage Passengers will pay 15s. and may either bring their own Provisions, or be furnished by the Steward.
All applications for passages to be made to Captain Mackenzie on board.
FREIGHT will be transported to and from the above places at the customary rates, and delivered to the different consignees. A list of their names will be put in a conspicuous place on board, which must be deemed a sufficient notice, and the Goods, when taken from the Steam Boat will be considered at the risk of the owners.
For each small parcel, 2s. 6d. which must be paid for on delivery.
Kingston, 20th June, 1817.
p.3 By Proclamation of His Excellency the Lt. Governor, bearing date the 5th inst., the Harbor of Prescott, in the District of Johnston, Ernest Town, in the Midland District, and Drummond Island, on Lake Huron, are established as Ports of Entry and Clearance, from and after the 18th day of June instant.
PORT OF KINGSTON
June 16th - Schr. Phenix, Boucher, from Sacket's Harbor, with horses and wagons.
18th - Schr. Farmer's Daughter, Ingalls, from Sacket's Harbor, with cows, calves and sheep.
Schr. Swallow, Masters, from Troupville, 83 bbls. flour, 42 bbls. potash, 4 bbls. pork.
Boat Hornet, Wood, from Sackets Harbor, pork, potash, sheep.
Schr. Mayflower, Patterson, from Youngstown, potash, staves.
Schr. Commodore Perry, Parker, from Sacket's Harbor, with horses and wagons.
Schr. Triumph, Reid, from Sacket's Harbor, wrapping paper and sheep.
Schr. Clarissa, Massy, from Genesee, 221 bbls. flour, 45 bbls. potash.
Schr. Dolphin, Frazier, from Genesee, passengers and baggage.
19th - Boat Mary, Hitchcock, from the Bay of Quinte, 85 bbls. flour.
Steam Boat Frontenac, McKenzie, from York, 38 bbls. potash, 14 cases of furniture.
20th - Schr. Mary Ann, Mosier, from York, 550 bbls. flour, 38 bbls. potash.
21st - Sloop Fellowship, Dyer, from Hay Bay, flour, eggs and sheep.
Schr. Fairplay, Bludner, from Sandy Creek, with bark.
Schr. Asp, Miller, from Burlington, 168 bbls. flour, 30 bbls. potash.
Schr. Farmer's Daughter, Ingalls, from Sacket's Harbor, sheep.
Schr. Minerva Ann, Parker, from York, passengers and baggage.
Schr. Dove, Brockway, from Troupville, flour, potash and salt.
Schr. Triumph, Reid, from Sacket's Harbor, potash, pork, etc.
23rd - Schr. Newhaven, Baldwin, from Oswego, 180 bbls. flour, oil, and 80 sheep.
Schr. Commodore Perry, Parker, from Sacket's Harbor, sheep and potatoes.
Boat Hornet, Wood, from do., with 30 sheep.
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- June 24, 1817
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- Rick Neilson
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