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

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We mentioned in our last, that the Proprietors of the different Steam-Boats on Lake Erie had convened in this place for the purpose of making arrangements for the coming season. We have now the pleasure to state that these have been completed; and that two daily lines have been formed to run, as usual, between Buffalo and Detroit, touching at the intermediate ports. The morning line, with six; and the other an evening line with seven Boats. The Peacock is to run from Buffalo to Erie; and the Gov. Marcy between the former place and Dunkirk. The Uncle Sam and the William Penn are to sail for the Upper Lakes. Two or three new Boats, which are to be brought into the lines; the Thomas Jefferson of Erie, the Com. Perry of Maumee, and the Charles Townsend of Buffalo. The Michigan, we understand, is not included in the arrangement.-- Cleve. Herald.

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Richard Palmer
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Buffalo Whig (Buffalo, NY), 3 Dec. 1834, page 3