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


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1834

EAGLE LINE.--

The New and Splendid Steam Packet Daniel Webster, (propelled by one of Mr. James P. Allaire's best and most powerful engines, low pressure;) Capt. MORRIS TYLER, an old and experienced seaman.

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This Boat, one of the largest class, has splendid accommodations for 100 Cabin passengers. State Rooms, and Ladies' Cabin on deck, a large commodious and airy Forward Cabin for Emigrants, to whose comfort very particular attention will at all times be paid, and having speed equal, if not superiour [sic] to any Sea Boat afloat, will perform her Trips, stopping at the above ports regularly, unless prevented by stress of weather. Baggage, Freight or Packages, will be received on board, only at the risk of the owners thereof. apply to Capt. TYLER on board, or to

PRATT, TAYLOR & CO.

Buffalo.

REFER TO

Eli Hart, Dows & Co. No. 78 Cortlandt St. New-York; Dows, Cary, Prosser & Co. Albany; Wheeler & Ransom, Cleveland, O.; Hollister & Co. Sandusky, O.; Howard & Wadhams, Detroit, M.T. May 1834

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EAGLE LINE----1834

LAKES ERIE, HURON & MICHIGAN

PRATT, TAYLOR & CO., Agents, Buffalo, N.Y.

S. Boat,D. Webster
Gov. Marcy
Ohio
BrigIllinois
Indiana
Schr.Globe
United States
Cincinnati
Red Rover

WASHINGTON LINE, ERIE CANAL

EAGLE LINE, OHIO CANAL.

refer to

Eli Hart, Dows & Co. No. 78 Cortlandt St. New-York; Dows, Cary, Prosser & Co. Albany; Wheeler & Ransom, Cleveland, O.; Hollister & Co. Sandusky, O.; Howard & Wadhams, Detroit, M.T.

May 1834

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LAKE ERIE S. BOATS. 1834

Six of the most expeditious Boats have been selected to run Daily to and from Buffalo and Detroit, leaving each place at 9 o'clock in the morning. Another line will also run daily between Buffalo and Detroit, leaving each place at 9 o'clock in the evening, thus forming two daily lines from

BUFFALO AND DETROIT,

touching at the intermediate ports of Dunkirk, Erie, Conneaut, Ashtabula, Grand River, Cleveland, Black River, Huron and Sandusky, wind and weather permitting, and also to Vistula, M.T., River Raisin, when Freight or Passage offers for those places. A Boat will run daily to and from Buffalo and Dunkirk, during the season- -and the new Steam Boat Victory, will run daily to and from Buffalo to the portage above Niagara Falls.

On the 2d June, a line will commence, running between Detroit, Chicago and St. Joseph's, touching at the intermediate ports-- leaving Detroit and Chicago once a week, and continue until the 25th August.

FREIGHT, as usual, which with Baggage and small parcels, will be received only at the risk of the Master on board, or to the following Agents, at Buffalo:

Daniel Webster,Capt.,TYLER,Pratt, Taylor & Co
Governour Marcy,CHASE,
Ohio,COTTON,
Oliver Newberry,EDWARDS,
Gen. Porter,NORTON,Smith and Macy
Henry ClaySTANARD,
Uncle Sam,M'KINSTRY,
Niagara,ALLEN,
New-York,MILES,S. Thompson & Co.
S. Thompson,PATTERSONTownsend & Coit
Pennsylvania,FLEEHARTY,
Enterprise,FOX,
Michigan,PEASE,Barker and Holt
Superiour,ALLEN,
Wm. Peacock,WILKINS,Smith & Macy

Agents, between Buffalo and Dunkirk--daily

Victory, Capt. HEBARD, Barker & Holt, Agents

to Niagara Falls--daily.

May 1834

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Thames.--

ARRANGEMENT FOR 1834.

The STEAM BOAT Thames, Capt. H. VAN ALLEN, has taken her station, and will ply between Port Stanley and Chippewa, touching at all the intermediate ports, Waterloo, Buffalo, (Ryerse's Creek or Long Point) and Port Burwell.

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Travellers and Emigrants will find the Cabin and accommodations on the Thames equal to any Boat on Lake Erie, and may depend on every attention being paid to their comfort and convenience. All Baggage at the risk of the owners.

For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain on board, or to Mr. William Duff, Chippewa; Messrs. George M'Knight & Co. Buffalo; Mr. Edward Ryerse, Long Point; John Burwell, Esq. Port Burwell; George R. Williams, Port Stanley.

May 1834.

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STEAM-BOAT & STAGE ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1834.

The Steam Boat Wm. Peacock, Capt. T. WILKINS, will run regularly between Buffalo and Dunkirk, for the season; leaving Buffalo every morning at 3 o'clock, and arriving at Dunkirk at 12, M. On her arrival a Stage will leave immediately, via Fredonia and Sinclairville, for Jamestown, N.Y., Warren Pa., and another via Fredonia, for Erie, Pa., connecting at Westfield with a line of Stages for Maysville, and there with the Chautauque Boat for Jamestown.

The Boat will leave Dunkirk every day at 3, and arrive at Buffalo at 7, P.M. in season for the evening stages going east. By this arrangement passengers leaving Erie or Jamestown in the morning, will arrive at Buffalo the same evening; and also leaving Buffalo in the morning, will arrive at Jamestown & Erie in the same evening.

For Freight or Passage, at Buffalo, apply to

SMITH & MACY

or to the Captain on board; at Dunkirk, to

JOHN BEGGS & CO. &

WATER SMITH

or to the Captain on board.

May 1834.


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Column 7 ad.
Date of Original:
25 June 1834
Local identifier:
GLN.1624
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Richard Palmer
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