The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Telegraph (Steamboat), 2 Apr 1851

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Permanent Arrangement For The Season. - Detroit, Port Huron and Sarnia. - The new stmr. TELEGRAPH NO. 1, Capt. James W.Abbott, will run regularly for the season between Detroit, Port Huron and Sarnia, as follows: Leaves Detroit every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 9 A.M.
      Leaves Port Huron and Sarnia every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 8:00 A. M.
      The stmr. TELEGRPH is a new comfortable and safe boat - has been fitted up expressly for the river trade, having ample accommodations for passengers and freight; is under command of gentlemanly and obliging officers, and every exertion will be made to render her worthy of patronage.
      Will leave the wharf of S.P. Brady, at the foot of Woodward Ave., on Monday the 17th March, at 9:00 A.M. First trip this season. Apply to James Abbott, at No. 31 Atwater St., or to the Captain on board.
      Detroit, March 12, 1851
      Detroit Freee Press
      April 2, 1851

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Telegraph (Steamboat), 2 Apr 1851