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Black Rock Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 8 March 1825, page 3

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Forwarding and Commission Business at Black Rock

The Subscriber will continue to devote his time and attention to the above business, as an AGENT at his old stand at Black Rock; and is prepared to forward property to any place which may be required.-- He will also make sale of PRODUCE, of any kind, either in this market or elsewhere, as the owner may wish. Being will provided with good Vessels, Boats, and Ware-Houses, and as he will have the Agency of the new STEAM-BOAT now building at this place, which is expected to be ready by the middle of June, and calculated to ply on the Upper Lakes, he is confident his facilities for Forwarding Property will not be surpassed by any establishment in the Western Country. If required, he will make special contracts for the delivery of Merchandize from New-York to any port or place on Lake Erie, or the waters connected therewith. The orders of owners respecting the destination of their property will, in all cases be strictly attended to.

With such means and such views he submits his pretentions to the public under the full persuasion that a determination to do his business with accuracy and despatch will entitle him to a share of their patronage.--

Liberal advances will be made on all property that may be deposited with him.

Black Rock, March 1825

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Column 4 ad.
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8 March 1825
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Richard Palmer
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Black Rock Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 8 March 1825, page 3