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Packet Ship Ads of 1834-35

From Montreal Gazette, June 14, 1834

New York and Liverpool Packets 

The subscribers have established the following ships as a LINE OF PACKETS between this port and Liverpool, to leave New York on the 14th, and Liverpool on the 30th of each month.

 
From
(New York)
From
(Liverpool)
New Ship St Andrew, J. Taubman, Master June 14 July 30
Oct. 14 Nov. 30
Feb. 14 March 30
Ship Howard, T.M. Hervey, jr., Master July 14 Aug. 30
Nov. 14 Dec. 30
March 14 April 30
Ship Ajax, C.A. Hiern, Master Aug. 14 Sep. 30
Dec. 14 Jan. 30
April 14 May 30
Ship St. George, W.C. Thomson, Master Sep. 14 Oct. 30
Jan. 14 April 28
May 14 June 30

The above packets are ships of the first class, coppered and copper fastened. The greatest exertions will be made to promote the interests of importers, by the speedy and safe delivery of their goods. Nothing has been omitted in the construction and furniture of their cabins, which can contribute to the comfort of Passengers. The price of passage in the cabin is fixed at one hundred and ten dollars, or one hundred and forty dollars for the exclusive use of a state-room by one passenger. Wines and stores of the best quality provided without additional charge. The days of sailing will be punctually observed. For freight or passage, apply to the masters, on board, to

STEPHEN WHITNEY,
GRACIE PRIME & Co., or
ROBERT KERMIT,
74, South Street.
New York,
May 15, 1834.


  Old Line of Liverpool Packets. 

THE OLD LINE OF PACKETS will be continued by the subscribers, to sail from New York and Liverpool on the 1st and 16th of each month, with the exception that when the sailing day falls on Sunday, the ships will sail on the succeeding Monday.

FOR LIVERPOOL

May 16 The HIBERNIA, J. Wilson, 554 tons
June 1 New Ship COLUMBUS, N. Cobb
June 16 The EUROPE, J. Maxwell, 618 tons
July 1 The SOUTH AMERICA, R. Waterman, 616 tons
July 16 The BRITANNIA, W. Sketchley, 630 tons
Aug 1 The ORPHEUS, I. Borsley, 575 tons
Aug 16 The NORTH AMERICA, Chas Dixey, 640 tons
Sept 1 The CALEDONIA, H. Graham, 647 tons

FOR NEW YORK

July 1 The HIBERNIA
July 16 The COLUMBUS
Aug 1 The EUROPE
Aug 16 The SOUTH AMERICA
Sept 1 The BRITANNIA
Sept 16 The ORPHEUS
Oct 1 The NORTH AMERICA
Oct 16 The CALEDONIA

These ships are all of the first class, commanded by men of character and experience, and care will be taken that the beds, bedding, and stores shall be of the best kind. The rate of passage outward is fixed, by an understanding with the proprietors of the other lines, at $120, not including wines and liquors, which will be furnished by the Steward, at the expense of each passenger, at rates printed on cards, which will be found on board.-For freight or passage, apply to

BARING, BROTHERS & Co.,
Liverpool, and to
GOODHUE & Co., or C.H. MARSHALL,
64, South st. New York.
May 1.


From Montreal Gazette, June 13, 1835

Union Line London Packets

The public is respectfully informed that a New Line of Packet Ships, composed of three British and two American, is established, to sail punctually the 25th of every month, (except when day of sailing falls on Sunday) from London and New York.

From New York

American Ship H. ALLEN, H. Wilson, Master, 25th June.

New British Ship UNION, Richard Hendewell, Master, 25th July

American Ship ANGELIQUE, E.L. Halsey, Master, 25th August.

New British Ship _______, ________, Master, 25th September.

American Ship H. ALLEN, H. Wilson, Master, 25th October.

From London

June 15-American Ship ANGELIQUE-leaves Portsmouth July 1.

July 25-New British Ship _____, do. August 1.

Aug. 25-American Ship H ALLEN, do. Sept. 1.

Sept. 25-New British Ship UNION, do Oct. 1.

The ships are all of the first class, and the proprietors of this Line look with confidence to a share of public patronage, from the facility which will be afforded in the regular transmission of merchandize[sic] from this port in British bottoms, and beg to assure their friends that every attention will be paid to the comfort and gentlemanly treatment of passengers, punctuality in sailing, and despatch of business.

The Ships connected with this Line will touch at Portsmouth.
For Freight or Passage in London, apply to Mr. Junius Smith,
Agent, New York Packet Office, No. 4, Fen Court,
Fen-church-street; Charles Gumm, Broker, No. 1, Plough Court,
Lombard-street; at Portsmouth, Mr John Lindigreen, Agent.
At New York, George Sutton,

88, South street
Wadsworth & Smith, Agents,
64, Broad-street.
Rapelye, Wortherspoon & Co. Brokers,
7, Hanover-street.
Or at Montreal, to
Macdonell, Holmes & Co.
June 13, 1835.
STEPHEN WHITNEY,
GRACIE PRIME & Co., or
ROBERT KERMIT,
74, South street.
New York, May 15, 1834.

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