The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Pennsylvania (Schooner), 31 Mar 1838


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1838 C. DEMING & Co. 1838
      FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
      Dealers in Salt, Produce, &c. Cleveland, Ohio, Agents for Lake and River Line, Erie and Oswego Canals.
      Regular Line of Schooners, Cleveland to Oswego ,
      " " " " " " Buffalo,
      Swiftsure Line, Ohio Canal.
      Property of every description received in store and forwarded with dispatch (by steam boats on the lakes if desired) to all ports on Lake Ontario, Erie, Huron, and Michigan and the St. Lawrence River, and all point on the Hudson River, erie and Oswego canals, Ohio canal and River.
The following vessels will compose the Regular Line from Cleveland to Oswego and Buffalo.
      Sch'rs. CONGRESS, CLEOPATRA,
      ESSEX, MORGIANA,
      HENRY, C. DEMING,
      MOSES & ELIAS, PENNSYLVANIA,
      JOSEPHINE, W.S. MALCOM,
      H.H. McWHORTER, WILLET,
      DEXTER, CAROLINE,
      O.P. STARKEY, WEASEL,
      GAZETTE, CLYDE,
      L. CHICALONI, G.C. RAND
      STEPHEN GIRARD, J.H. LYON,
      BALTIMORE, KENTUCKY.
      Contracts will be made for the Transportation of Merchandise from New York by the Lake and River Line via Oswego and the Welland Canal. Boats leave New York daily.
      Cleveland daily Herald & Gazette
      Saturday, March 31, 1838 2:5 (Advertisement)
     
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lake & River Line
Date of Original:
1838
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McN.E.9758
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Pennsylvania (Schooner), 31 Mar 1838