The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 21 May 1819, page 3

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The Lake Erie
Job Fish, Master

Will make a trip every week, (except the 3d week in June,) from Black Rock to Detroit, and back, touching each way at the principal towns on the American shore.

Leaves Black Rock every Friday, at 4 o'clock and Detroit every Monday, at 4 o'clock. p.m. accidents and unavoidable delays excepted.

The Boat has undergone great alterations and repairs, and her accommodations for freight or passage are not surpassed by any vessel in the United States.

Families moving to Ohio or Michigan, will be carried on very low terms, and accommodated with a cabin fitted up expressly for them.

Mr. H. THOMPSON, of Black Rock, having erected a large Dock and Store House, for the accommodation of the Boat, as well as the Forwarding and Commission Business in general, all goods to be forwarded by the boat must be consigned to him, or delivered on the dock, at the expense of the owner.

* Agents for the Boat--Col. Foster, Erie; Seymour Austin, Esq. Grand River; A.W. Walworth, Esq. Cleaveland; Capt. Coit, at Cunningham's Island, for Sandusky Bay; John R. Williams, Detroit.

April 30, 1819

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Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 21 May 1819, page 3