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The powerful steam packets REINDEER and FALCON, are intended to sail from Liverpool
for Belfast, the Reindeer every Monday, and the FALCON every Friday, from the Clarence Dock in March, 1843 :-

Firday 3rd, 10 p.m., Monday 6th, 12 noon, Friday 10th, 3 p.m., Monday l3th, 7 p.m., Friday 17th, 10 p.m
Monday 20th, 11 p.m., Friday 24th, 4 p.m., Monday 21th, 7 p.m., Friday, 3lst, 9 p.m.

These Steam Vessels leave Belfast for Liverpool, every Tuesday and Thursday.

Langtrys and Co. 20, Watennstreet, Liverpool.

Apply to Messrs. W. L. Ogilby and Moore, Ingram Court, Feuchurch-Street, London; or to Mr. Job Walker, 111, Market-street, Manchester.


The Isle of Man Royal Mail Steam Packet, QUEEN OF THE ISLE, Edward Quayle,Commander
is intended to sail between the Ports of LIVERPOOL and DOUGLAS, during the month, Twice Weekly
as follows:-

From Liverpool. From Douglas.
Friday, 3rd Trafalgar Dock, ll a.m. Wednesday, lst ........ ll p.m.
Tuesday, 7th, " 2 p.m. Saturday, 4th ........ 11 "
Friday, 10th, George's Pier 10 a.m. Wednesday, 8th ........ 4"
Friday, l7th, Trafalgar Dock, 10 " Wednesday, 15th ........ 10 "
Tuesday, 21st, " 2 p.m. Saturday, 18th ........ 10 "
Friday, 24th, George’s Pier, l0 a.m. Wednesday, 22nd ........ 4 "
Tuesday, 28th, Trafalgar Dock, 10 " Saturday, 25th ........ 8 "
Friday, 31st, " 10 " Wednesday, 29th, ........ 10 "

Cargo taken on board at Liverpool every Monday, and at Douglas every Saturday.-Goods shipped to Liverpool under License must be entered through the Custom-house on the Saturday previous to the vessel clearing out.

Fares.-Cabin, 10s. 6d.; Steerage, 5s. Passengers and their luggage put on board and landed each Port, free of charge.-Agents, Moore 8: Christian, 7, Strand Street, Liverpool ; Edward Moore, Steam Packet Quay, Douglas


From HULL to LONDON, every Monday, Wednesday. and Friday, at ll a.m. From Custom House Quay, LONDON, for—HULL. every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8 morning. .

Fares—Best Cabin, 12s. 6d. Second Cabin, 7 s.

HULL and YARMOUTH,-—The Iris. from Hull every `Wednesday, and from Yarmouth every Saturday, according to tide.—Best Cabin, Ss Fore Cabin, os.

HULL and HAMBURG.—Steamers at present going irregular, on account of the early period of the season; but one per week at least. Expected shortly three days per week; Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, from each Port.-—Fares very low. .

HULL, and GOOLE, LEEDS, LIVERPOOL, and all parts of the West of England, daily.

For further particulars apply to Brownlow, Pearson, & Co., Hull; W. J. Hall. & Co., London ; R, Sargent, Leeds. -