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[Schedules, Windsor and Plymouth Steam Route ], Windsor Albemarle Times, 31 July 1874

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The engraving at the top of the advertisement resembles steamers found on the Mississippi River or other Western Rivers. It does not resemble the BERTIE.

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WINDSOR & PLYMOUTH STEAM ROUTE.


Be it known to the Traveling Public that the New and Elegant Steamer BERTIE, W. F. ASKEW, Captain, Has now taken her position on the CASHIE RIVER, and is now running Tri-Weekly between


WINDSOR And PLYMOUTH, N.C.,


Carrying the United States Mail, and connecting promptly with Steamer ELLA at PLYMOUTH every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.


Every arrangement, including StateRooms, is made to make passengers comfortable.


All classes and kinds of freight will be transported with promptness and a Lowest rate either by usual route or Express.


SCHEDULE.


Leaves Windsor at 12 A.M. Arrives at Plymouth at 4 P.M.


Leaves Plymouth at 8 P.M. Arrives at Windsor at 12 P.M.
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Citation: [Schedules, Windsor and Plymouth Steam Route], Windsor Albemarle Times (Windsor, NC), July 31, 1874.
Location: North Carolina Collection, Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858 USA
Call Number:NoCar Microfilm WnrMisc-1   
 

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