Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 8 May 1818, page 3
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PORT OF DETROIT
May 1.--Schr. Olive Branch, Roberson, from Miami. Schr. Rachel, Eaton from Cuyahoga.
2d.-- Schr. Mink, Adams, from Cleveland.-- Schr. Widow's Son, Skinner, from do. --Schr. Lark, N. Adams., from Danbury, --Schr. Eagle, Hamwood.
Proposals will be received, on or before Monday the twenty-fifth instant. at noon, at the office of the subscriber, for the supply of ONE HUNDRED CORDS OF WOOD, in addition to the quantity already contracted for, for the use of the Steam-Boat now building at Black Rock, calculated to be here early in June.
The wood to be Hemlock, Pine, ash, maple or Bass wood, four feet long, and split sufficiently small to be used in a furnace.
No proposal will be received for a less quantity than twenty cords; and security will be required for the delivery of the same.
Agent for the Proprietors Detroit, May 5, 1818
Hemlock or Pine Wood.
The undersigned will receive Proposals for the delivery of Fifty Cords of Hemlock or Pine Wood at a suitable place within this city, in addition to the quantity already contracted for through the agency of James Abbott, Esq. for the use of the Steam Boat now building at Black Rock; the length to be four feet, and split up in a suitable manner to be used in a furnace. Sealed Proposal will be received at any time to the 10th May next, on which day the contract will be awarded. The wood to be delivered the 15th June next, and to be paid for in cash on delivery.
JNO. R. WILLIAMS
In behalf of GILBERT & J.B. STUART
April 22, 1818.
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