The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Buffalo Whig (Buffalo, NY), 29 April 1835, page 3


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1835
FORWARDING

NEW YORK & OHIO CANALS

New York and Ohio Line on the ERIE CANAL.
SMITH & MACY, Buffalo
H. MEECH & CO. Albany,

Proprietors.

NEW-YORK AND OHIO LINE ON THE OHIO CANAL.
SMITH & MACY, Buffalo,
WARD & SMITH, Cleveland,

Proprietors.

The subscribers being largely interested in Steam-Boats and Vessels, are prepared to transport property with despatch to any port on Lakes Erie, Huron and Michigan. They are Agents for the following Steam Boats.

New S. Boat Thos. Jefferson,
" " Gen. Porter

The above Boats run between Buffalo and Detroit, stopping at the intermediate ports, including TOLEDO, OHIO; they have powerful low pressure engines, are of the largest class, and not surpassed by any boats on the western waters.

The Steam-Boat Uncle Sam, (low pressure,) will leave Detroit once a fortnight for the Upper Lakes.

The Steam Boat Wm. Peacock will ply regularly beetween [sic] Buffalo and Erie, leaving Buffalo every intermediate day. Liberal advances made on Produce.

SMITH & MACY,

AGENTS

New-York, A. B. MEECH & CO., 30 South-st.
Albany, H. MEECH & CO, foot of State-st.
Rochester J. CHAPPEL & CO.
Erie, CHARLES M. REED,
Cleveland WARD & SMITH
Huron, JENKINS & TRACY
Toledo, O. BISSELL & MCKAY
Detroit JAS. ABBOTT,
St. Josephs, BRITAIN & HATCH
Chicago, HUBBARD & CO.
Buffalo, April 5, 1835.


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Notes:
Column 4 ad.
Date of Original:
29 April 1835
Local identifier:
GLN.1677
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Richard Palmer
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Buffalo Whig (Buffalo, NY), 29 April 1835, page 3