The passengers on board the Steam Boat Pioneer, which left Black Rock on the morning of the 14th inst. return their grateful thanks to Capt. PEASE, for his efficient and gentleman-like conduct in a gale, which commenced on Saturday evening, and continued to increase until Monday the 17th, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, the wind blowing a hurricane on shore, and the boat dragging her anchor, he was compelled to slip her cable and run her on shore, a few rods above the mouth of Grand River, where all the passengers were safely landed. We also feel under obligation to Capt. HENRY PHELPS, of Fairport, and Mr. J. R. FORD, of Painesville, with the other citizens of Fairport and Painesvillle, who rendered us much assistance.
GEO. W. BUSH, Black Rock, N.Y.
H. H. SIZER, Cleaveland, Ohio.
C.P. LIVINGSTON, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
A SHERWOOD, Newark, Ohio.
ERASTUS TORREY, Middlebury, Ohio.
J. V. B. TEN EYCK, Detroit, M.T.
AARON BARKER, Morrisvillle, N.Y.
CHAS. STOUGHTON, Syracuse, N.Y.
JAS. S. W. HICHMAN, Detroit, M.T.
ELIOT GRAY, Detroit, M.T.
JOHN BATES, Rochester, N.Y.
October 19, 1825.