Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 10 Oct. 1823, page 3
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About the middle of last August, a batteau, belonging to the subscriber, was taken or set adrift from the slip between Messrs. Roby's and Edwards' wharves. Said Boat was sharp built at both ends, and abut 20 or 25 feet in length.
On Sunday the 5th inst. a large Boat, also belonging to the subscriber, was taken or set adrift from the aforesaid slip. It is built with small decks at bow and stern, with stepping-boards at the sides, and is between 50 and 55 feet long.
Whoever will give information where the said boats may be found, or return them to Messrs. Dorr & Jones, of Detroit, will be liberally rewarded by them, and have all reasonable expenses paid.
Detroit, 9th Oct. 1823.
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- Dave Swayze
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