The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Buffalo Whig (Buffalo, NY), 9 July 1834, page 2

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The Sandusky.--This new Steam-boat was towed into our harbour last evening. She is "in the rough," being finished only outside the hull, and bearing a figure head the sight of which sends a man's hand involuntarily to his head, in search of his scalp. She is to receive her engine and finish here, and will probably be ready to run in about two months.

The Sandusky was towed from Sandusky City to this port, two hundred and fifty miles, in twenty-three hours, running time, by the Daniel Webster!!

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Richard Palmer
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Buffalo Whig (Buffalo, NY), 9 July 1834, page 2