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St. John N.B., and Liverpool Line of Packets, 1854
from The Atlantic Ferry, Arthur J. Maginnis, 1892, p. 258.
Appointed to sail from LIVERPOOL on the 5th and 20th of every month.
These fine Ships have been specially selected for this Line, are built of the choicest materials in the province, and are classed and coppered. Their Commanders are men of experience and ability, and shippers may rely on their being despatched on their respective dates. Bills of Lading, of which two captain's copies are required, will be signed at the Office of the Consignees for the Captain, of which Shippers will please take notice. For Freight or Passage, for which these Vessels have excellent accommodation, apply, in St. John, to Messrs. J. and R. Reed; here, to the respective Captains, on Board, Brunswick Dock Basin, or to
Fernie Brothers and Co.,
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