The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 21 May 1829, page 2

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Steam-Boat arrivals.--The Buffalonians are at length relieved from the uncomfortable embargo laid upon their commerce, by the ice, and on Sunday last the Henry Clay and William Penn arrived at this port, with freight, and a considerable number of passengers, mostly emigrants.

The Henry Clay, which arrived in the morning of the 17th, brought us the evening papers of the city of new York of the 12th, having been about one hundred and thirteen hours on the way. The distance is about 800 miles.

The steamer Niagara arrived yesterday, and brought N.Y. papers of the 15th.

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Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 21 May 1829, page 2