The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Buffalo Whig & Journal (Buffalo, NY), 1 July 1835, page 2

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EAGLE LINE---1835.--Lakes Erie, St. Clair, Huron & Michigan.

Steam BoatDaniel Webster,Capt.Tyler,
Gov. Marcy,"Chase,
BrigQueen Charlotte,"Cotton,
Schr.St. Louis,"Vorce,
(The above 5 vessels leave once every 10 days for Chicago, Michigan City and St. Josephs.)
"United States,"Burke,
"Nancy Dousman,"Shooks,

For Toledo, (Maumee,) one Steam Boat weekly, touching at intermediate ports.

For Detroit, three Steam-Boats, weekly, touching at intermediate ports.

For Chicago, Michigan City, and St. Josephs, a regular packet once every ten days.

To the various ports on Lake Erie, a Steam-Boat three times each week, and vessels running continually.

apply to

[list of agents]

Long Wharf, Buffalo.
July 1


LAKE ONTARIO--The Elegant Steam Boat Oswego, Capt. Homans, leaves Lewiston every Monday, at 7 o'clock, for Prescott and Ogdensburgh, touching at Rochester, Oswego, Sackett's Harbour, Kingston, &c. Passengers for Rochester, leaving Buffalo in the Steam Boat Victory, or by stage at 9, A.M. can pass several hours at Niagara Falls, and reach their destination at 4, A.M. on Tuesday. Those for New-York, or other places east of Rochester may take Stage at Oswego village, at 3, P.M., on Tuesday, for Utica, and reach there early the next morning.--Stages and Canal Packets also leave Oswego every morning for the east.

July 1.


RICHARD SEARS & CO. Forwarding and Commission Merchants, and Agents for the Transportation Line.

The interest which they have in Steam-Boats and vessels, and the Agency of the above Line of Boats, afford them facilities for forwarding all kinds of property with despatch, and on the most reasonable terms.

REFER TO R.L. Noyes, T.P. Waters, No. 18 South st. New-York; Noyes & Barnard, Albany; T. Pease & Co. Rochester; Farnham & Rumsey, Silver Creek; E.L. Tinker, Portland Harbour; E.N. Hurlburt, Erie, Pa.; C. W. Appleby, Coneaut, O.; Hubbard & Parsons, Astabula, O.; T. Richmond & Co., Cleveland, O.; H.B. & M.D. Wellman, Massilon, O.; R. Dickinson, Lower Sandusky, O.; John E. Hunt, Maumee, O.; David Stone, Esq., Dayton, O.; C. Howard, Delaware, O.; John L. Whiting, Detroit, M.T.; Wm. H. Sabin, Chicago, Ill.; W.A. & W. T. House, Constantine, M.T.

Buffalo 1835.


RIGGING, &C.--A new supply, just received, of Rigging, of all kinds, Spun Yarn, Marline, Hambroline, Houseline, &c.


July 1.

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Buffalo Whig & Journal (Buffalo, NY), 1 July 1835, page 2