The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Buffalo Whig (Buffalo, NY), 18 June 1834, page 3

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THE STEAM-BOAT MICHIGAN, Capt. Wm. T. Pease, will commence her regular trips between Buffalo and Detroit, on Wednesday, the 23d of April, touching at the intermediate ports. She will perform a trip every 5 days. The following are her days for sailing.

[days of sailing]

On the 10th of July, at 9 o'clock, A.M. she will leave Buffalo for Sault de Ste. Maire [sic], Mackina and Green Bay, and on her return will continue to make her regular trips between Buffalo and Detroit until the 12th of August, at which time she will leave Buffalo for Mackina, Green Bay, Chicago, Michigan City and St. Josephs.

Agent, Detroit.
Agents, Buffalo.
Buffalo, April 22, 1834.



The Steam-Boat Victory, Capt. JOHN HEBARD, will run during the season between Buffalo, Schlosser and Chippewa. She will leave Buffalo every morning at half past 8 o'clock, touching at the Rail-Road, Black Rock, and White Haven, Grand Island, and will arrive at Schlosser at 11 o'clock A.M.

Returning, will leave Chippewa at 2 o'clock, and Schlosser at 3 o'clock P.M., and touching at White Haven, will arrive at Buffalo about sunset.

By this arrangement passengers wishing to visit the Falls, will be enabled to take the Boat in the morning, at Buffalo, and have sufficient time, at the Falls, to view them, and return the same day in season to take the evening Boats from Buffalo going west. Arrangements have been entered into at the Falls, both on the American and Canada side, by which Passengers may proceed to Lake Ontario, to take the Boats, touching on either side, or elsewhere. Carriages will always be in readiness to take Passengers from the Boat to the Falls, on either side, and to return from the Falls to the Boats.

BARKER & HOLT, Agents,
Foot of Main Street.
Buffalo, June 18.


THE NEW AND Splendid Steam packet MAJOR JACK DOWNING, S.B. CALDWELL, Master, has commenced her regular trips between Sandusky City and Lower Sandusky; leaving Lower Sandusky at 6 o'clock, A.M., and arriving at Sandusky City at 10 o'clock A.M. Returning same day, leaving at 2 o'clock P.M., connecting with a daily line of Stages at Lower Sandusky, to Columbus, Springfield and Cincinnati, and to Perrysburgh, Maumee and Detroit--and at Sandusky City, with a daily line of Steam-Boats to Detroit and Buffalo.

For Freight or Passage, apply to S. Birchard & Co., Lower Sandusky, Hollister & Co., Sandusky City, or the Master on board.


R. A. Forsyth, Maumee; Hollister & Wendell, Perrysburgh; Howard & Wadhams, and O. Newberry, Detroit; Wheeler & Ransom, and Giddings, Baldwin, Pease & Co. Cleveland; Pratt, Taylor & Co., and Barker and Holt, Buffalo; Major Jack Downing, New-York.

Sandusky City, June 12, 1834

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18 June 1834
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Richard Palmer
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Buffalo Whig (Buffalo, NY), 18 June 1834, page 3