The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Buffalo Whig (Buffalo, NY), 22 April 1835, page 3

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The Steam-Boat Victory having received a new Low Pressure Engine, of the most approved style, from the West Point Foundry, New-York, will commence her trips between Buffalo, Schlosser and Chippewa, on the opening of navigation.--Carriages will be in readiness on the arrival of the Boat at the above landings, to convey passengers to the Falls or elsewhere.

Arrangements have been made for conveying emigrants and their effects from Lewiston or Queenston, to Schlosser and Chippewa, and families passing from Lake Ontario to Lake Erie, will find this a cheap and desirable mode of conveyance.



William Hepburne,
James Macklem, Chippewa
William Duff,
A Porter, Schlosser
W.E. Hulett, Lewiston
April 22



The EAGLE LINE, BRIG Illinois, 210 Tons burthen, (Cabins composed entirely of State Rooms,) Capt. R. WAGSTAFF, will sail from the wharf of the subscribers, on the 10th of May next, weather permitting, for Chicago, Michigan City and St. Josephs. For Passage or Freight, having superiour [sic] accommodations, apply to

PRATT, TAYLOR & CO., Agents.

April 22.


CANADA LINE of COACHES, FROM Buffalo to Niagara, via Waterloo, Chippewa, Niagara Falls, Stamford and Queenston. The subscriber begs leave to return his sincere thanks to the publick for their former support, and hopes for its farther continuance in his business. He is now pre-prepared [sic] to, and will run in connection with Mr. B.D. COE, of Buffalo, a regular DAILY LINE of Coaches, between Niagara and Buffalo, as follows: leaving the Eagle Tavern, at 8 A.M., Daily, dine at the Falls, and leave the Falls at 3 P.M., for Niagara. Leaving Harrington's Hotel, Niagara, immediately after the arrival of the STEAM PACKET Canada, from the City of Toronto, dine at the Falls, and leave the Falls at 3 P.M., for Buffalo. Coaches and Hacks will always be in attendance on the arrival of the Steamboats at Niagara. For Seats, apply at B.D. Coe's Stage Offices in Buffalo.

EXTRAS furnished at Buffalo, Waterloo, Niagara Falls, and Niagara.


Niagara Falls, April 22, 1835.

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Richard Palmer
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Buffalo Whig (Buffalo, NY), 22 April 1835, page 3