Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Black Rock Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 13 Jan. 1827, page 3
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Steam Brig Superior.

Will be sold at Public Auction, at the Mansion House, in the village of Buffalo, on Thursday, the 15th Feb. next, the

Steam-Boat Superior,

as she now lies in the harbor of that village together with her

Engine, Furniture, Tackle, &c.

This boat was built in 1822, of the best materials; is uncommonly staunch and well found, chain cables, butt bolted and salted; is about 340 tons measurement, and her accommodations are inferior to no boat in the state. Her engine is in good order and furniture complete, and may be put in operation in the spring at small expense. Conditions of sale will be liberal, and made known on the day of sale.

By Order, A.H. center,
Pres't L.E.S.B.Co.
Albany, Jan'y 5th, 1827.


Will be sold, at same time about 1200 Cords Seasoned Hemlock WOOD, cut and split for steam-boat use; and a quantity of Stores, such as Wine, Brandy, &c. belonging to said boat.

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13 Jan. 1827
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Richard Palmer
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Black Rock Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 13 Jan. 1827, page 3