Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 17 Nov. 1820, page 3
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The undersigned, passengers in the Lake Erie Steam-Boat Walk-in-the-water, aware that impressions unfavorable to the said boat have heretofore existed, unhesitatingly state that, in their opinion, the fullest confidence may be placed in her safety. During her last trip she placed in her safety. During her last trip she experienced such violent winds as sufficiently tested the strength of her construction, and the great power of her machinery.
Of Capt. Miller, his officers and crew, and of the accommodations of the boat, the undersigned cannot but speak in terms of commendation and praise.
| John S. Hudson||F.D. Priest,|
|Henry V. Disbrow,||Anan Harman,|
|E. Reed,||John Hetick,|
|Simon Perkins,||Philo Scovill,|
|Truman Heminway, James Nicoll.|
Detroit, Nov. 14, 1820.
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- 17 Nov. 1820
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- Dave Swayze
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