The Waterloo will sail hence for Warren’s Point, This Day (FRIDAY) the 16th instant, at Three o’clock; on TUESDAY the 20th, and SUNDAY the 25th instant.
The Mountaineer, C H Townley, will sail hence for Dublin, on SUNDAY next, the 18th instant, at Three o’clock.
The Belfast will also shortly resume her station between this Port and Dublin. These being the only Steam-packets which land their Passengers AT THE CITY, by them the Public avoid the dangerous landing at Dunleary in small boats, the hazardous and expensive mode of conveyance thence to Dublin (a distance of several miles), the disagreeable disputes with boatmen, the impositions practised by the lowest order of society, with various other difficulties; against which the complaints are universal.
Days of sailing from Liverpool will be, Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
Apply at the Packet-office, bottom of Redcross-street, or to WILLIAM STEWART.
Liverpool Mercury 16 May 1823
From the British Newspaper Archive run by Findmypast Newspaper Archive Limited, in partnership with the British Library.