The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 25 Sept. 1828, page 2

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Travelling.--Three years ago the editor of this paper went from Detroit to the city of New York in six days and nine hours, which was then thought very rapid travelling; now the journey has been, and with ordinary good luck, can be performed in four days and twelve hours, as follows:--From Detroit to Buffalo 48 hours; from Buffalo to Albany 48 hours; from albany to New York twelve hours--(some steam boats run from Albany to New York in ten or eleven hours.) Mr. John Palmer of this city, in his late trip to New York, occupied 4 days and fifteen hours.

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Dave Swayze
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Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 25 Sept. 1828, page 2