The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Buffalo Whig (Buffalo, NY), 16 July 1834, page 3

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PRATT, TAYLOR & CO. continue to transact the Storage, Forwarding and Commission Business, at their old stand, on the Dock, and are at all times prepared to contract as Agents and Forwarders, for the transportation of property from New York or Albany, to any of the ports on Lake Erie and the Ohio Canal, or to Detroit, Mackina, Green Bay, Sault St. Marys, Kalamazoo, Grand River, St. Josephs, Michigan City and Chicago, having a regular line of fine vessels and a Steam Boat running between Buffalo and the ports upon the upper lakes. Produce will be transported from any of the above ports to Buffalo, Albany or New York, at fair prices. Vessels will be send on charter to Goderich, or any of the ports in Canada, on short notice.

Office on the Dock near the foot of Commercial street, Buffalo. July 16.

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Richard Palmer
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Buffalo Whig (Buffalo, NY), 16 July 1834, page 3