The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Black Rock Advocate (Buffalo, NY), 5 May 1836, page 3


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EAGLE & RAIL ROAD LINE.

Daily Steam Packet, between Buffalo, Silver Creek, and Dunkirk. The new Steam Packet. W. F. P. Taylor, Capt. C.H. Myrick, will leave the long Wharf, Buffalo, daily, at 8 o'clock A.M. Returning--leaves Dunkirk at 2 o'clock, and Silver Creek at 3 1/2 o'clock P.M. daily.

For freight or passage apply to
PRATT & TAYLOR, Buffalo.
OLIVER LEE, Silver Creek.
W. SMITH,
J. BEGGS & CO. Dunkirk.

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TRANSPORTATION ARRANGEMENT FOR 1836.

EAGLE AND RAIL ROAD Lines of Steam Packets on the Lakes.

Daniel Webster, Tyler. Sandusky, Titus.
Monroe, Cotton. Gov. Marcy, Chase
Ohio, Shainholdts, W.F.P. Taylor, Myrick.

AGENTS

Pratt & Taylor, foot of State st. Buffalo

BREWSTER, SMART & CO. Detroit

BUFFALO AND CAICAGO [sic] PACKETS

Ship Com. Lawrence, Brig Ramsey Crooks,
" Detroit " Queen Charlotte,
Brig Illinois " Indiana,
" St. Louis.

Leaving Buffalo and Chicago every 6th day until the 10th of October.

RUXTON & COOKE, Agents, Buffalo.

BREWSTER, SMART, & CO., Detroit.

EAGLE LINE, OHIO CANAL.

Daily Line of Canal Boats between Cleveland and Portsmouth.

RANSOM & BALDWIN, Agents, Cleveland, O.

ILLINOIS TRANSPORTATION LINE.

Between Chicago and the Illinois River, giving dispatch to property destined to the interior of Illinois.

HUBBARD & CO., Agents, Chicago.

INDIANA TRANSPORTATION LINE.

Between Michigan city and the interior of Indiana.

E.C. GOODE, Agent, Michigan City, Ind.

RAIL ROAD LINE OF TOW BOATS.

Between New York and Albany, daily at 5 o'clock P.M. Office foot of Broad st. New York.

MOHAWK & HUDSON RAIL ROAD COMPANY.

Between Albany and Schenectady, dispatching passengers and property as soon as received.

A. WHITNEY
Superintendent, Schenectady.

PILOT & TRADERS' LINE, ERIE CANAL.

Between Schenectady and Buffalo, running day and night, 5 boats daily from each place, through from 5 to 6 days.

H. TREAT & CO., Agents, 60 Quay st. Albany.

PARSONS & HURD, Railroad depot, Schenectady.

THE EAGLE & RAIL ROAD LINE OF STEAM PACKETS, are fitted and furnished in superior style, expressly for passengers, with a view to comfort and dispatch.

Packages of light goods will be taken to accommodate the regular customers of the Line when desired.

THE BUFFALO & CHICAGO LINE OF PACKETS--Leaving Buffalo and Chicago every six days, are composed of the very largest and best class of Ships and Brigs on the Lakes, having spacious State Rooms for cabin passengers, comfortable accommodations for steerage passengers, and spacious capacity for freight, offers every facility and inducement to merchants and emigrants destined to any of the ports on Lake Michigan.

The general arrangements of this Line are such as to facilitate the transmission of Passengers & freight to and from any of the Southern, Southwestern, or Western states or territories.

Property, or communications, directed to the agents of the Eagle and Rail Road Line, will meet with prompt attention and dispatch.

The Proprieotors [sic] respectfully solicit patronage.--Office in New York, No. 15 South street, corner of Broad (up stairs.) Office in Buffalo, Long Wharf, foot of State st.

HUBBARD & CO. Chicago.
WM. BREWSTER, Detroit.
RUXTON & COOKE, Buffalo.

Eagle and Rail Road Line.


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Notes:
Column 4 ad.
Date of Original:
5 May 1836
Local identifier:
GLN.1755
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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Black Rock Advocate (Buffalo, NY), 5 May 1836, page 3