The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 8 Apr. 1830, page 3

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Storage, Forwarding & Commission

At the late stand of BROOKS & HARTSHORN, commonly called Berthelet's Wharf.


has purchased the unexpired lease of the above premises, and is now prepared to receive property of every description, and will contract to forward the same to any place in the United States or the Canadas, upon the most advantageous terms. He has every facility for shipping Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Salt, Pot Ash &c. to any port on Lake Erie or the Upper Lakes, by steam boat or other craft; and produce destined for the eastern markets, either within the United States or the Canadas will be sent off with the utmost despatch and in any manner the owners thereof may desire. He will be particularly attentive to the sale of all property consigned to him, for that purpose, always having in view the best interest of the owners, and will make advances in CASH on all property so received.


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8 Apr. 1830
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Dave Swayze
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Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 8 Apr. 1830, page 3