The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Northern Forwarding, From Sodus to Montreal
Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Jan. 12, 1820

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Northern Forwarding,
Sodus to Montreal

The subscriber begs leave to inform his old customers and the public generally, that he continues as usual in the STORING & FORWARDING BUSINESS; & in addition, has made arrangements to forward through from Sodus to Montreal. The following good and substantial vessels will commence running on the first opening of navigation and will continue to sail through the season, to Kingston and Ogdensburgh -

SchoonerJulia - Capt. P. Ingalls
"Teager- Capt. M. Ingalls.

Property received in store, will be delivered in Montreal at the lowest rates of freightage; and if received in good order, shall be delivered in the like condition free from all extra charges.

The subscriber having long seen the want of an establishment of this kind, believes that it will be a great benefit to the public. - The facility that it affords - the certainty of one of the two vessels leaving Sodus Bay every week, and the cheapness of freight, renders it an object worthy the consideration of gentlemen having property to send to the northern market.

January 12, 1820. 52

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  • New York, United States
    Latitude: 43.25729 Longitude: -76.96663
Richard Palmer
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Northern Forwarding, From Sodus to Montreal