- Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), April 5, 1815
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The Subscribers having nearly completed a safe and convenient Harbour at Pulteney-Ville, on Lake Ontario, together with large and commodious Ware-Houses - and being interested in, and having at command several vessels - and also, having had considerable experience in the Northern Market, and the waters of the Lake and the St. Lawrence, previous to the war; and being now about to renew their connections, with some of the best Houses at Kingston and Montreal, beg leave to tender their services to Merchants, Farmers, and the public in general, in the STORING and FORWARDING their Produce to Market, as well as the Commission business; and they pledge themselves, to appropriate their most faithful attention to the business - and will go in person to Montreal, as soon as the season will permit. The Harbour at Pulteney-Ville, from its local situation, will enable them to facilitate the forwarding of produce, at all seasons of the year, with less delay than will attend the natural harbours. They can ship produce earlier and later in the season, and many times can leave port and perform a voyage, when vessels are wind-bound in the natural harbours: They therefore trust, that the expence that they have been at in maturing this harbour, will be of great public utility. The roads leading to Pulteney-Ville, are already much improved by public spirited individuals.
43:6 S. LEDYARD, & CO.
Pulteney-Ville, March 25, 1815.
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- Richard Palmer
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