The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Black Rock Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 12 May 1827, page 1

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Steam Boat & Coach Lines.


The Steam Boat Pioneer, Capt. Miles, will leave Buffalo every evening, at 9 o'clock, and land Passengers at Dunkirk at day light. Coaches will leave Dunkirk at 7 o'clok [sic], A.M. and arrive at Erie via Fredonia and Westfield, by 4 P.M.


COACHES will leave Erie at 9 o'clock every evening, and arrive at Dunkirk at 8 o'clock P.M. The Steam Boat Pioneer will leave Dunkirk at 9 o'clock A.M. and arrive at Buffalo at 2 o'clock, P.M.--Baggage and Packages at the risk of the owner.

The Line connects at Erie with the Pittsburgh Line of Stages, and a Line of Stages to Cleaveland, and is a permanent summer arrangement.By this route the traveller avoids the bad roads on the Lake shore, between Buffalo and Fredonia; and the road from Dunkirk to Erie, is very fine, during the summer months. Passengers on this route will travel from Buffalo to Cleaveland in two days, or to Pittsburgh in three. The whole line is furnished with good Horses and Coaches and the Pioneer is well found, and in good order for the conveyance of passengers.

For passage, apply at the Mail Stage Offices at Buffalo and Erie, and to the Captain on board the Boat. For freight by the Steam Boat, to S. Thompson & Co. or Townsend & Coit Buffalo, and Smith & French, Dunkirk.

April 23, 1827.

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12 May 1827
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Richard Palmer
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Black Rock Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 12 May 1827, page 1