The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Black Rock Advocate (Buffalo, NY), 13 Jan. 1837, page 3


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1837.

The Steam Ship Thomas Jefferson, THOMAS WILKINS, Master, will perform her trips for the year 1837, agreeable to the following arrangements:

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The Thomas Jefferson is 500 tons burden, propelled by a powerful low pressure engine, has accommodations for 250 cabin passengers, exclusive of 20 state rooms of two berths each, and is finished and furnishedee [sic] in a style not surpassed by any boat on the lakes. For freight or passage application to be made to the captain on board, or to

SMITH, MACY & RUSSEL, Buffalo.
CHAS. M. REED, Erie
J.L. WHITNEY, Detroit.

Jan. 2, 1837.

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1837.

The Chicago Steam Packet, James Madison, R.C. BRISTOL, Master, will perform her trips for the year 1837, agreeably to the following arrangement:--

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She will touch at the ports on Lake Erie, up and down Mackinac and Milwaukie, outward bound trips, Michigan City, St. Josephs and Grand River, homeward bound, wind and weather permitting.--The James Madison is seven hundred tons burden, entirely new, built expressly for the Chicago trade, finished in a style surpassed by no Boat, having thirty-six state rooms, with two berths each, and large cabins; spacious accommodations for steerage passengers, with freight room for stowing 2500 barrels.

This boat running direct to Chicago, will save passengers for that place two days usually spent in going round by Green Bay, and afford Chicago Merchants, the most direct means of forwarding merchandise to that place. For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain on board, or

CHARLES M. REED, Erie.
SMITH, MACY & RUSSEL,
COIT, KIMBERY & CO.,
BARKER & HOLT, Buffalo,
KINZIE, HULTER & CO., Chicago.

Erie, Dec. 15, 1836.


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Notes:
Column 5 ad.
Date of Original:
13 Jan. 1837
Local identifier:
GLN.1803
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), 13 Jan. 1837, page 3