The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Black Rock Beacon (Buffalo, NY), 4 March 1824, page 3


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NOTICE

The co-partnership in trade, under the firm of S. Thompson, & Co. is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons indebted, are requested to settle their accounts without delay.-- The books and papers will remain at their old office, where either of the late partners will attend to the closing of the concerns of the said firm.

S. THOMPSON

JAMES L. BARTON

Black Rock, Feb. 20, 1824

FORWARDING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS

JAMES L. BARTON, late one of the partners of S. Thompson, & Co. will continue the above business as an AGENT, at the old stand of Sill, Thompson, & Co. at Black Rock; and has also made arrangements for doing business at Buffalo the next season. He will receive property at either place, and forward the same to and from any port on the Upper Lakes, to Montreal and New-York he is well provided with good vessels and boats, and with safe and commodious store houses at both places; and from his long experience in this kind of business, and general acquaintance, together with a determination to use every exertion to do his business with acccuracy [sic!] and dispatch, hopes to receive a share of public patronage. Liberal abvances [sic] will be made on all property that may be deposited with him.

Black Rock, February 20.


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Column 1 ad.
Date of Original:
4 March 1824
Local identifier:
GLN.1499
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Richard Palmer
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Black Rock Beacon (Buffalo, NY), 4 March 1824, page 3