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BURLINGTON FREE PRESS EXTRA.
EXCURSION 1 1 MONTREAL & QUEBEC, VIA Lake Charaplain & Ch. & St. L. R. R, Passengers for the Excursion will leave Burlington for Montreal or Quebec, on the splendid STEAMER CANADA, CAPT. S. R. FOSTER, on the morning of Thursday, Sept. 13th, at 9 o'clock, reaching Montreal at 1 P. M., where they may remain until 7 P. M., giving them ample time to visit the principal points of interest in and about the city. Then, if desired, they will pro ceed from Montreal by one of the Royal Mail Steamers to Quebec, arriving l c o'clock next morning. Returning, will leave Quebec at & P. M. Friday, reaching Montreal at G A. M.. and Burlington at 10 A. M. Saturday. Tickets for the Excursion : From Burlington to Montreal and back, $1,50 to Quebec and back, $2,50. Arrangements have been made with the Rutland ft Burlington Rail Road to fur nish Tickets for the Excursion as follows : From Rutland to Montreal and back, 33,50 to Quebec and back, $4,50. " Brandon " 3,00 " " " 4,00 " Middlcbury " " 2,50 " " " 350 " Vergennc3 " 2,00 " ' ' 300 The FIRE COMPANIES of Burlington, and the BURLINGTON CORNET BAND will accompany tho Excursion. Also, several Fire Companies from abroad are ex pected. Tickets good for the 13th, 14th and 15th of September. Burlington, Sept. 5th, 1855.