The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Buffalo Emporium (Buffalo, NY), 16 Sep 1826, p. 4


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In referance [sic] to a Card published by Mr. Forsyth, and freely circulated at Buffalo, Black Rock, and other places pointing out to Travellers two modes of conveyance from Buffalo to the Niagra [sic] Falls on the British side, and from the Falls back to Buffalo, one by Stages, the other by Steam-Boat, it might be construed that Mr. Forsyth is sole proprietor of both:--The undersigned begs leave to state, for the information of the public, that Mr. Forsyth has no interest whatever in the Steam-Boat, and considers it not only indecorous, but an act of unwarrantable presumption in Mr. F. to publish any thing concerning a business in which he by right has nothing to say.

SAMUEL STREET
A Propriator [sic] of the Steam-Boat on the
Canada side

Niagara Falls, U.C.

Aug. 12, 1826


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16 Sep 1826
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.1 Longitude: -79.066666
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