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The Fleets

St. George Line of Packets

From The Atlantic Ferry, by A. Maginnis, 1892, p 255.

(Dated 1854)

"St. George" Line of Packets For New York.
Sails on the 20th instant.

The very superior first-class extraordinary fast-sailing American Clipper-Ship Highflyer, Captain G.B. Waterman (she is the same model and Sister-ship of the well-known Clipper Dreadnought), 1200 tons register; one year old; coppered and copper-fastened; built under particular inspection, of the choicest materials in the United States; and as a conveyance she is unsurpassed by any Ship in the World.

For Freight or Cabin Passage, having very superior Accommodation, apply to A. Taylor and Co.

Freight payable in New York at $4.80 to the Pound Sterling.

Agent in New York, David Ogden, Esq.

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