The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 22 April 1830, page 3

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April 15 Sch. Sir Henry, Davis, Portland. Cargo--128 bushels corn, 38 do. potatoes, 7 bbls. whiskey.
Sloop Savage, Hunt, Saginaw. Cargo--furniture, &c.
Steam-Boat Wm. Penn, Wight, Buffalo. 17 bbls. whiskey, 20 passengers.
April 18. Steam-boat Enterprize, Miles, Buffalo. 4 bbls, Fish 20 passengers
April 19 Schr. Napoleon, Hinckley, Buffalo.
Gov. Cass, Whitaker, Buffalo. Cargo--75 bbls. whiskey, 36 do. salt, 36 kegs butter, 108 hams.
Schr. St. Clair, Goodell, Black River. 11,500 shingles, 990 feet lumber.
April 20 Schr. Milan, Vail, from Penetangashem, U.C., in ballast.
April 21. Schr. Sir Henry, Davis, from Portland. Cargo--23 bbls. pork and 15 kegs lard.


April 15. Schr. Cincinnati, Mackinac. Cargo--the same she entered from Grand River, whiskey, salt, beer, plank, boards, and 350 bushels potatoes, 87 cwt iron.
April 16. Schr. Humming-Bird, Delancy, Sandwich, ballast.
April 18 Steam-Boat Enterprize, Miles, Buffalo.
April 19 Schr. Pilot, Allen, Mackinac. Cargo--25 bbls. whiskey, 25 do. beer, 42 do. flour, 12 do. meal, 217 bushels corn, 89 boxes dry goods.
Sloop Hero, Hull, Sandwich, ballast.
Schr. Lady-of-the-Lake, Patterson, Huron, for Green Bay.
Schr. Eclipse, Shook, Huron, for Green Bay.
April 20 Schr. La Grange, Dingley, for Mackinac. Cargo--71 bbls. whiskey, 133 do. flour, 21 do. cider, 54 kegs tobacco, 15 boxes sundry goods, 10 powder, 6,000 feet lumber, &c.
Schr. Napoleon, Hinckley for Mackinac. Cargo--154 bbls. flour, 38 do. whiskey, 57 do. beer, 130 do. salt, 29 do. peas, 16 do. cider, 54 boxes & barrels, containing sundry goods, &c.
Schr. Governor Cass, Whitaker, for Buffalo. Cargo--120 bbls. flour, 20 do. beef, 600 bushels wheat, 112 bbls of ashes, &c.
Sloop Express, Clark, for Miami. Cargo--12,000 shingles, 1200 feet lumber, 6 bbls. whiskey, &c.

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Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 22 April 1830, page 3