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


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LAKE ERIE
STEAM-BOAT LINE FOR
1830.

The Proprietors of the six following Boats inform the public, that they have formed a Steam Boat Line to run from Buffalo to Detroit every day in the week, except Sunday.--Each one of the Boats has been thoroughly over-hauled and repaired the winter past, and will commence running as soon as the lake opens, which it is expected will take place by the 8th or 10th of April. The first Boat will leave Buffalo on Monday the 12th April and others to follow in succession according to the following order of arrangement.

As usual, the boats will stop on their passage up and down, at Erie, Grand River, Cleaveland and Sandusky, unless prevented by stress of weather.

The Boats will leave Buffalo and Detroit at nine o'clock in the morning in the following order.

From Buffalo. From Detroit

Superior, Pease Monday Thursday

Wm. Penn, Wight, Tuesday, Friday
Niagara, Blake, Wednesday, Saturday
Peacock, Fleeharty, Thursday, Sunday
Enterprise, Miles, Friday, Monday.
Henry Clay, Norton, Saturday, Tuesday.

For Freight or passage, apply to the Captains on board, or to the following agents,

For the

Superior, O. Newberry
Wm. Penn J.R. Dorr,
Niagara A.S. Porter.
Peacock
Enterprise Wm. S. Abbott.
Henry Clay D'Garno Jones
Detroit, April 14, 1830.


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Newspaper
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Notes:
Column 3
Date of Original:
22 April 1830
Local identifier:
GLN.2824
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Dave Swayze
Copyright Statement:
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), 22 April 1830, page 3