The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 28 July 1820, page 3

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Last week, the British and American Boundary commissioners sailed for the Saut {sic] of St. Mary, (in the schr. Red Jacket,) where, we are informed, they will commence their labors, and continue them in that vicinity until the middle of October, when they will return. The surveys have been extended nearly to the head of Lake St. Clair, and would have been continued in this quarter, if those engaged in prosecuting them had not been fearful of suffering from illness, in consequence of too frequent exposure, during the warm weather, to low and marshy shores.


Capt. Cass, and lieutenants Brunot and Hopkins of the 3d inft.took passage in the schr. Decatur, yesterday, for Green Bay.

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Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 28 July 1820, page 3