The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Buffalo Whig (Buffalo, NY), 10 Dec. 1834, page 3

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NOTICE.-- All accounts or demands against the late Steam Brig Superiour must be presented by ths [sic] 20th inst. as the final settlement of her affairs are in progress and will be closed at that time.


Dec. 10.


NOTICE is hereby given, that the firm of Gibson, Grayson & Co. of Black Rock, have assigned to me, and placed in my hands all their books, contracts, obligations and accounts, for the purpose of being collected and applied to the payment of their company debts. All persons, therefore, who are indebted to the said firm, as well as those who have claims against it, are requested to call and settle the same, at the counting room of Messrs. McPherson & Bird, near the Foundry, where they will find me, or some other person, duly authorized to transact their business.

The operations of the Foundry will be continued under the same artificers, with increased vigour and efficiency.

P.B. PORTER, Trustee

Black Rock, Dec. 1, 1834.

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Richard Palmer
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Buffalo Whig (Buffalo, NY), 10 Dec. 1834, page 3