The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Buffalo Whig & Journal (Buffalo, NY), 30 Sept. 1835, page 2

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A CARD.--The undersigned passengers on board the Steam-Boat United States, Capt. A.E. Hart bound for Chicago, take pleasure in certifying that we believe no blame can be attached to him for the unfortunate occurrence which renders it impossible for him to proceed, and that we with pleasure take this opportunity of acknowledging his gentlemanly and officer like conduct to all of us.--Erie, Pa. Sept. 25, 1835

H.B. Clark, Chicago,F. Davis, do.
Jas. A. Smith, do.A.N. Sillem, Holland,
G. Redfield, Sackets Harbr.Thomas Reed,
Peter Lugaly, do.E.J. Stebbins,
N. H. Bolles, Chicago,A. Maycle, Albany,
I. Minturn, New-York,S. Munson,
J. Field, Rochester,J. Tillison,
E. Perry, Toronto, U.C.G. Taylor, Michigan City,
A. Stocking, Niles, M.T.F.F. Hamilton, Green Bay,
F. Lyon, New-York,H. Standart, Ridgefield,
R. Frary, Cape Vincent,J.K. Brewster, Galena, Ill.
D.W. Mygate, DetroitS.W. Bolt,
John Dawley, Rochester,Thos. King, Jr.
J.R. Livingston, Chicago,Henry K. Davis,
F. G. Livingston, do.Silas Huffcut.

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Richard Palmer
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Buffalo Whig & Journal (Buffalo, NY), 30 Sept. 1835, page 2