The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Black Rock Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 31 March 1827, page 2

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The ice in our harbor has been principally melted for a week past. The Steam Boats Henry Clay and Niagara, have been hauled from their moorings along side the wharves, preparing for service. It is said that the ice is out of the canal--but it will require several days to prepare the banks, and remove the slides and deposits in the canal. The boats will begin to run sometime in April.

The steam boats have made several trips from New-York to Albany.

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31 March 1827
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Richard Palmer
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Black Rock Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 31 March 1827, page 2