The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 13 Mar. 1818, page 3

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For Drummond's Island.

The fast-sailing, substantial and well-found schooner Lady Prevost, will be ready to take a cargo on board by the earliest navigation.--As she has not a full freight engaged, persons desirous of shipping, will be pleased to apply to the master on board, or to the subscribers.

G.B. HALL, Amherstburg
JOHN G. WATSON, Sandwich.
Amherstburg, March, 1818.
To Seamen

Wanted, an experienced person to sail the schooner Firefly the ensuing season. Apply at the office of the Gazette.

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Dave Swayze
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Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 13 Mar. 1818, page 3