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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE TRANSPORTATION LINE.

Inland Ronte via Delaware and Raritan, and Chesapeake and Delaware Canals,

Compising Sixteen Steamers and Barges of average capacity of 130 Tons each.

For the Conveyance of Merchandise, Produce, Packages, Horses, Cattle, Carriages, Furniture
and Goods of all sorts, at very low rates.

TIME THROUGH, 48 HOURS.
FOR NEW YORK.

A Steamboat leaves Baltimore DAILY, except Saturday and Sunday Afternoons, from No. 3 LIGHT STREET WHARF.

FROM NEW YORK.

A Steamboat leaves in like manner for Baltimore DAILY, except Saturday and Sunday Afternoons from NORTH RIVER,

between PIERS Nos. 3 and 4.
Goods destined for places beyond Baltimore or New York, forwarded immediately with care—Free of all charges for

Commission.
The Safety, regularity and dispntch of this Line, together with the moderate rates charged, commend it to the public as a

desirable medium for conveying every description of Freight.

WESTERN FREIGHTS from the Baltimore and Ohio R. R. Co. received at the LOCUST POINT DEPOT, handled care-
fully and forwarded with the utmost dispatch immediately on arrival. Through Receipts can be obtained over this route from
any of the Agents of the B.& O. B. R. Co. for Goods deliverable in New York.

J. A. SHEIVER, Agent, No. 3 Light street Wharf, Baltimore.
W. H. THOMSON, Agent, No. 86 West street, New York.

BALTIMORE AND PHILADELPHIA STEAMBOAT COMPANY

VIA CANAL.

For the Transportation of
Merchandise, Produce, Pack-
ages, Horses, Carriages, Fur-
niture and Goods of all sorts.

BETWEEN
PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE,

FOR PHILADELPHIA,

ONE OF THE COMPANY'S STEAMBOATS

Leaves No. 3 Light street Wharf, DAILY, at 2 o'clock.

Arriving in Philadelphia at 5 o'clock the next morning, in ample time for the New
York Trains.

FROM PHILADELPHIA,
Leaves DAILY, at 3 o'clock, from No. 19 South Wharves.

Goods forwarded immediately with care—Free of all Charge for Commission.

J. ALEX. SHRIVER, Agent, No. 3 Light street Wharf, Baltimore.
A. GROVES, Jr. Agent, No. 19 South Wharves, Philadelphia.


 

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