The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Black Rock Advocate (Buffalo, NY), 19 May 1835, page 3

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For the Upper Lakes.--Eagle and Rail Road Line.--Steam Packet Daniel Webster, Tyler--11 June. Monroe, Cotton--11th July. Sandusky, Titus--1st August. Daniel Webster, Tyler--15th August.

These beautiful packets will leave Buffalo in order as above, (touching at all the ports on Lake Erie,) for Detroit, Mackinaw, Green Bay, Milwaukie, Root River, and Chicago,--returning via Michigan City, New Buffalo, St. Josephs, and Grand River.

The Monroe will go via Sault St[e]. Marie, giving her passengers an opportunity to visit the Falls and Lake Superior. The above packets are of the largest class, having accommodations and speed superior to any other on the Lakes, and will not be lumbered with freight.

Apply at any of the ports on Lake Erie to the Agents of the Eagle and Rail Road Line--at the office No. 15, South street, corner of Broad, (up stairs)--city of New York, or to

HOLLISTER & CO. Sandusky City, O.
D. A. NOBLE, Esq. Monroe, M.T.
HUBBARD & CO., Chicago.
PRATT & TAYLOR, Buffalo.

May 16.

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Richard Palmer
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Black Rock Advocate (Buffalo, NY), 19 May 1835, page 3