The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Buffalo Whig (Buffalo, NY), 25 June 1834, page 3


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FOR MACKINA, GREEN BAY, ST. JOSEPHS, & CHICAGO

The Steam Boat Uncle Sam, J. P. M'KINSTRY, Master, will leave Buffalo for Mackina, Green Bay, St. Josephs, and Chicago, (touching at the intermediate ports,) on Wednesday, 24th June, at 3 o'clock, P.M., will remain at Detroit until the lst of July, and will then proceed on her trip. For Freight or Passage, apply to the Master on Board, or to

SMITH & MACY

Buffalo, June 24.

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LAKE ONTARIO.

The Splendid Low Pressure S. Boat Great Britain, Capt. WHITNEY, will, during the season of 1834, leave the different ports as follows:

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Ladies' and Gentlemen's Cabins composed entirely of State Rooms, Passengers from Buffalo, leaving by Saturday morning's Stage, will arrive at Niagara in time to take the above conveyance. Offices at the Pavilion Hotel, Niagara Falls, U.C., and at Prescott, U.C.

May, 1834

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EAGLE LINE
DETROIT, CHICAGO and ST. JOSEPHS.--

The fine STEAM PACKET, Ohio, L.H. COTTON, Master, has commenced her regular trips between Detroit and Chicago, (running in connexion with Steam Boat Uncle Sam,) on Monday the 9th ult. leaving Buffalo on the 7th, and will continue to run between the above ports, until the 24th August next, touching at Mackina, Green Bay and St. Josephs. Weather permitting,

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The Ohio is well fitted an furnished for the accommodation of passengers, to whose comfort and convenience every attention will be paid, and by running in connexion with the Uncle Sam, which fine boat will leave Detroit and Chicago every fortnight, form a Weekly Line upon one of the most pleasant and interesting routes in the United States. The Proprietors and officers of the Boat will endeavour by prompt attention to the wishes of the travelling community to merit such a support as will enable them to continue the line of intercourse between New York and the "far west." A line of Steam Boats leaves Buffalo and Detroit daily, running in connexion with the Ohio and Uncle Sam. Light Freight taken at all times, when accompanied by passengers. Rates of fare reasonable. All Freight, Baggage and Parcels put on board, will be at the sole risk of the owners thereof. Apply to Capt. COTTON, on board, or to

PRATT, TAYLOR & CO.

Buffalo, N.Y.

REFER TO

Howard & Wadhams, Detroit, M. T; Britain & Hatch, St. Josephs, M.T.; John S. C. Hogan, Chicago, Illinois; Hollister & Co., Sandusky, O.; Wheeler & Ransom, Cleveland, O.; Dows, Cary, Prosser & Co., Albany, N.Y.; Eli Hart, Dows & Co. 78 Cortlandt Street, New York.

Buffalo, June 2, 1834.

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1834

NEW ARRANGEMENT.--

The Steam Boat Delaware, Capt. W. HENTON, will leave this port every other day, (weather permitting,) at 8 o'clock, A.M. for Erie, Pa. touching at Silver Creek, Dunkirk and Portland Harbour. Returning, leaves Erie every other day in the forenoon, touching at the above named ports.

For Freight or Passage, apply to Norton, Carlisle & Co., A. Eaton, or to

R. SEARS & Co., Agents.

Buffalo, June 25.

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BLACK ROCK FOUNDRY AND STEAM ENGINE MANUFACTORY.

The subscribers would inform the publick that they are now making large additions to their works at this place,

They continue to make CASTINGS of every description, for Flouring Mills, Saw Mills, Fulling Mills, and every other kind of Machinery. They are prepared to make STEAM ENGINES of any power, and repair Steam Engines on the most reasonable terms.

They keep generally on hand or make to order Mill Spindles, Bails and Drivers, Damsels & Graduating Screws, Screws and Rods, for raising Mill Stone Pinions. Cothiers' Plates, Saw Mill and Fulling Mill Cranks, Ploughs and Plough Castings, Malt Mills, to be propelled by horses, water or steam. All kinds of Forging of Wrought Iron; Boring and Turning of Wrought Iron, Cast Iron or Brass, executed on short notice and reasonable terms.

Their assortment of Patterns is perhaps the largest in this state west of Albany, embracing many important improvements in the application of Cast Iron.

The subscribers being themselves practical Mill Wrights and Engineers, having a knowledge of the business in all its branches, undertake to furnish calculations and patterns for Machinery of every description, on the most approved principles, and reasonable terms.

All orders addressed to them, at this place, or left at the Hardware Store of Messrs. T. WEED & CO., Buffalo, will meet with immediate attention.

GIBSON, GRAYSON & CO.

Black Rock, June 24, 1834


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Column 6 ad.
Date of Original:
25 June 1834
Local identifier:
GLN.1623
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Richard Palmer
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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