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rom THE TIMES of
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Friday, December 3, 1847. Price 5d. Travellers Between England and the S?*™ENT'—La Presse says: —" In 1841 90,300 travellers crossed the Channel from England to France, or vice versa. In 1843 when the Folkestone and. Dover railroad was
Ythe Puraber rose to 102,958; and in 1846, when the Great Northern (French) rail, road was opened, to 158,865. This very year
* it receiv^ 35,635, and Antwerp J,635 travellers; in all, 41,270. Thus the between England and the Continent in than 200,000 travellers." »™CHEAPEST and most EXPEDITIOUS ROUTE between London and Paris—Pas-sengers can take tickets at Nine Elms Station, which will frank them all the way to Paris, first class, 48s.; second class, 36s.—The New jSouth-Western Steam Navigation Company's' splendid and powerful steam ships, sailing connection with the London and South* Western, Havre, and Paris Railways, will leave Southampton (weather permitting) for Havre de Grace, calling at Portsmouth, as follows:— i Saturday, December 4, 7 evening; Tuesday, 7th, 9 morning. Fares—main cabin, 21s. second cabin, 14s.; carriages, £3; horses, £3 dogs, 5s. ' '
GUERNSEY and JERSEY (the Royal Mail Packets), every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock; returning on Tues-1 days, Thursdays, and Sundays. Reduced fares—main cabin, 21s.; second cabin. 14s. carnages, £3; horses, £3; dogs, 5s.
For full particulars apply at No. 1. Lancaster-place, Waterloo-bridge, Strand;
RaiprOfflcevNine^ms,
Wickenden, Portsmouth.
y * A rival service to Havre was run by the
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