Brothers (Steamboat), 13 May 1845
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CANADA BOAT:--The steamer BROTHERS, Capt. Elberts, runs regularly between Chatham and Amherstburgh, touching at Detroit, Sandwich, Gross Isle, and other intermediate porte. Capt. Elberts is a gentlemanly and popular officer, and his boat has been fitted up in a new, plesant and commodious style. - - - Detroit Free Press.
Buffalo Daily Gazette
April 27, 1844
The "old favorite" steamboat BROTHERS left this town on Monday morning; it being her first regular trip this season. She will continue to run between here and Detroit and Amherstburg, until navigation closes, while the KENT, which has been hitherto on that route in her stead, will commence without delay to run between Buffalo and Detroit. - Chatham Gleamer.
Daily National Pilot
Tuesday, May 13, 1845
Steam paddle BROTHERS. Of about 150 tons. Built Chatham, Ont. 1839 Sank Thames River 1856.
Preliminary List of Canadian Steamships
Inland and Coastal, 1809 to 1930
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