The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Black Rock Beacon (Buffalo, NY), 12 Feb. 1824, page 2

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Forwarding and Commission Business

S. THOMPSON, and Co. continue the above business at their old stand at Black Rock. They have also engaged Ware Houses and other conveniencies for doing business at Buffalo, at which place their office will be kept during the next season.

They will as AGENTS, receive property at either place, and forward the same to and from every port on the Upper Lakes to Montreal and New-York, in as safe and expeditious a manner as any House engaged in the forwarding business. They are well provided with good vessels and boats, and with safe and convenient store houses, and from their long experience in this kind of business, and determination to use every exertion to please, hope to receive a share of public patronage.--Liberal advances will be made on all property that may be deposited with them.

Black Rock, Feb. 4, 1824.

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Richard Palmer
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Black Rock Beacon (Buffalo, NY), 12 Feb. 1824, page 2