Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 14 Aug. 1818, page 3
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PORT OF DETROIT
ARRIVALS SINCE THE 7TH INST.
Schrs. Neptune, Capt. Johnson, from Mackinac.--Mink, Connely, from Long Point, U.C.--Commodore Perry, Johnson, from Presque Isle.-- Fair Play, Johnson, from Buffalo.--Leopard, Baldwin, from Miami.--Olive Branch, Robson, from do.--Commodore Decatur, Ricketson, from Buffalo, --Zephyr, Wilcox, from Sandusky,--Maria, Leet, from Buffalo.--Fire Fly, Norton, from do.
General Wayne, capt. Rough to Buffalo--Friendship, Kelley, to Cuyahoga.--Gen. Jackson, Blake, to Buffalo.--Neptune, Johnson, to do.--Leopard, Baldwin, to Miami.--Fair Play, Johnson, to Buffalo.-- Mink, Connely, to Eire.
Fire Fly, Commodore Decature, Olive Branch, Maria, Zephyr.
WHARF & STORE-HOUSE
The undersigned begs leave to inform his friends and the public generally, that his excellent Wharf and Store-House are finished and in complete order. Captains of vessels are particularly notified that the Wharf and Store-House are the largest and most commodious in this place. The latter is erected on the wharf, and vessels of the largest burthen on these waters can come to within 20 feet of its doors, and lading can be put into it at much less trouble and expense than at any other store house in Detroit.
As the undersigned has been at great expense in finishing the above, and as he sincerely believes it will be of great utility to the public, he confidently expects the encouragement and patronage of all who duly estimate useful improvements.--He will a all times receive and attend to the disposal of property on commission, the utmost care will be taken of property stored with him, and no delay be occasioned on his part in forwarding goods that may be left with him for that purpose.--All favors will be gratefully received.
JOHN S. ROBY.
Detroit, August 14, 1818.
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