The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 3 May 1825, page 3


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MARINE LIST

PORT OF DETROIT.

ARRIVED SINCE THE 11TH ULT.

Schrs. Fox, Green, from Portland; Fire Fly, Harvey, from Miami; Hannah, Fox, from Buffalo; Gen. Huntington, Cobb, from Buffalo; Zephyr, Naper, from Ashtabula; Packet of Miami, Pratt, from Miami; Macedonian, Brimigem, from Cuyahoga; Ann, Tyler, from Portland; Sir Henry, Haskin, from Portland; Eclipse, Pease, from Buffalo; Minerva, Johnson, from Cuyahoga; Fire Fly, Harvey, from Miami; Sir Henry, from Portland; Good Intent, Talbot, from Buffalo; Inspector, Gaw, from Portland; Macedonian, Brimigen, from Cuyahoga; Steam Brig Superior, Sherman, from Buffalo; Superior, Sherwood, from Buffalo; Com. Perry, Watrons, from Ashtabula; Zephyr, Naper, from Ashtabula; De Witt Clinton, Naper from Buffalo; Gen. Scott, Dedge, from Buffalo; Eclipse, Pease, reported, bound to Mackinac; Red Jacket, Walker, from Mackinac; Harriet, Allen from Mackinac.

CLEARED.

Schr. Vienna, Tuller, for Portland; Merry Calvin, Choats for Miami; Com. Perry for Erie; Fox, for Erie; Tiger, for Mackinac; Detroit Packet, for Mackinac; Mariner, Drake, for Mackina; Gen. Huntington, for Buffalo; Hannah, for Buffalo; Miami Packet, for Miami; Macedonian, for Cuyahoga; Zephyr for Buffalo; Ann, for Buffalo; Sir Henry, for Portland; Good Intent, for Buffalo; Gen. Jackson, Burnham, for Mackinac; Steam-Brig Superior, for Buffalo; Macedonian, for Cuyahoga; Com. Perry, for Buffalo; De Witt Clinton, for Buffalo; Zephyr, for Buffalo; Superior, for Buffalo; Minerva, for Mackinac; Gen. Scott, for Buffalo; Red Jacket, for Buffalo.

Steam-Boat Wood.

PROPOSALS will be received by the subscribers, until Saturday the 28th May next, at 8 o'clock P.M. for the delivery on a wharf to be designated, on or before the first day of November next, five hundred cords of Hemlock Wood, four feet in length, and split up in a suitable manner, for the use of the "Union Line Steam Boat company's Boat."

To accommodate individuals, proposals will be received for furnishing the same, in lots of 100 cords or more, and as it is not intended for use until 1826 it may be rafted. Security will be required for a due performance of the contract.

JAMES ABBOTT,
D.G. JONES.

Detroit, April 29, 1825.


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Notes:
Column 2-3
Date of Original:
3 May 1825
Local identifier:
GLN.2650
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Dave Swayze
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 3 May 1825, page 3