The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Black Rock Beacon (Buffalo, NY), 17 July 1823, page 2

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"Nothing like keeping up the Steam.-- On the first trip of the Steam-boat [Superior] this season, to test her speed and machinery, upwards of 500 persons embarked on board, and after enjoying a hearty dinner, and the glass had gone round cheerly it was determined to make a President to these U. States, when Henry Clay eclipsed the others, John Q. Adams a few lengths behind, John C. Calhoun close at the heels of Mr. A. and Wm. H. Crawford distanced. It appears by the Buffalo Journal of this week, that on the last trip of the Steamboat Mr. Adams was the favorite candidate."

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17 July 1823
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Richard Palmer
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Black Rock Beacon (Buffalo, NY), 17 July 1823, page 2