Limerick Evening Post and Clare Sentinel

3 April 1829


First spring ship to Quebec

  The beautiful new first class ship the Thetis, of Limerick, 600 tons burthen, D. GORMAN, Master, will Sail for Quebec, on the 4th of April next.
  The Thetis is well known as a regular trader, and as one of the Fastest sailing Vessels out of the Port, having last Spring landed her passengers at Quebec, in the short space of Twenty-Four Days.  Her Cabin and Steerage Berths will be fitted up in the most superior manner, and as numbers are already entered, an early application is recommended.
  The American Government having this Season advertised for 10,000 labourers to be employed in finishing the Grand Ohio and Chesapeake Canal, Emigrants going out early in the Spring, will be certain of procuring a speedy and lucrative employment.
  Apply to the owner Francis SPAIGHT Esq. or to Messrs. MULLOCK & Son, American Passengers' Office, Arthur's-Quay.
  P. S.—the well known Vessel the Agnes, of Limerick, Captain Timothy GORMAN, will sail for Quebec and Montreal on the 10th of May.

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