The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 29 May 1818, page 5

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Storage and Commission Business

The subscribers, having rented for the ensuing season the WHARF and STOREHOUSE belonging to Austin E. Wing, esq. intend to receive in storage, and also, when requested, to sell on commission, all kinds of property confided here or consigned to them from abroad.

By their punctuality and unremitted cares to promote the interest of their employers in the above business, they will endeavor to deserve, and hope to receive, a proportionate share of the public patronage. The advantageous and commodious situation of this Wharf is well known, particularly to masters of vessels; it extends as far as the channel of the river, and is therefore calculated to receive vessels of the largest burthen on these waters. The contiguity of the Storehouse to the Wharf will enable us to receive in cargoes in a very short time, and also to save to Consigners the risk and expense of cartage

Detroit, March 20, 1818.

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Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 29 May 1818, page 5