The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Albert J. Wright (Propeller), 14 Jun 1881

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Mr. L.B. Fortier's new pleasure stm. ALBERT J. WRIGHT, which succeeds the ARUNDELL, as an excursion boat at this port, will on and after next Thursday make regulat trips down Niagara River, stopping at the various pleasure resorts to leave and bring off excursionists. She will leave her dock at the foot of Main St. each afternoon at 2:30 sharp, returning to the city at 7:00. As Capt. Doyle her commander, is a deservedly popular master, and the boat herself is fitted out with every regard to the comfort and safety of passengers, we have no doubt she will soon become a source of profit to her owner. The fare for the round trip has been fixed at the moderate sum of half a dollar, and parties
desirous of chartering the boat will receive all information at the office, No. 20 Main St.
      Buffalo Morning Express
      June 14, 1881 4-6

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Albert J. Wright (Propeller), 14 Jun 1881