The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Ohio (Steamboat), 1 Jul 1834


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EAGLE LINE - DETROIT, CHICAGO and ST. JOSEPHS.
The fine Steam Packet, OHIO, L.H. Cotton, Master, has commenced her regular trips be- tween Detroit and Chicago, (running in connexion with Steam Boat Uncle Sam,) on Monday the 9th ult. leaving Buffalo on the 7th, and will continue to run between the above ports, until the 24th August next, touching at Mackina, Green Bay and St. Josephs. Weather permitting,
      [times & dates]
The Ohio is well fitted an furnished for the accommodation of passengers, to whose comfort and convenience every attention will be paid, and by running in connexion with the Uncle Sam, which fine boat will leave Detroit and Chicago every fortnight, form a Weekly Line upon one of the most pleasant and inter- esting routes in the United States. The Proprietors and officers of the Boat will endeavour by prompt attention to the wishes of the travelling community to merit such a support as will enable them to continue the line of intercourse between New York and the "far west." A line of Steam Boats leaves Buffalo and Detroit daily, running in connexion with the Ohio and Uncle Sam. Light Freight taken at all times, when accompanied by passengers. Rates of fare reasonable. All Freight, Baggage and Parcels put on board, will be at the sole risk of the owners thereof. Apply to Capt. Cotton, on board, or to
PRATT. TAYLOR & CO. Buffalo, N.Y.
      REFER TO
Howard & Wadhams, Detroit, M. T; Britain & Hatch, St. Josephs, M.T.; John S. C. Hogan, Chicago, Illinois; Hollister & Co., Sandusky, 0.; Wheeler & Ransom, Cleveland, 0.; Dows, Cary, Prosser & Co., Albany, N.Y.; Eli Hart,
Dows & Co. 78 Cortlandt Street, New York.
Buffalo, June 2, 1834.
      Buffalo Whig
      June 25, 1834
     
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STEAMBOAT "GOVERNOR MARCY" ---This new boat under the command of Capt. Samuel Chase, came into harbor yesterday from Black Rock, in good style. She is 130 feet in length, 32 in width, six ladies' state rooms, on deck, with two berths each, and 26 berths in the Gentlemen's Cabin. She is a beautiful model, and will leave in the course of the coming week for Portland. -- Buffalo Journal
      Cleveland Weekly herald
      November 23, 1833 p.2 c.2

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      EAGLE LINE--1834
      LAKES ERIE, HURON & MICHIGAN
      PRATT. TAYLOR & CO.. Agents, Buffalo, N.Y.
      S. Boat D. WEBSTER
      GOV. MARCY
      Ohio
      Brig ILLINOIS
      INDIANA
      Schr. GLOBE
      UNITED STATES
      CINCINNATI
      RED ROVER
      WASHINGTON LINE, ERIE CANAL EAGLE LINE, OHIO CANAL.
      refer to
Eli Hart, Dows & Co. No. 78 Cortlandt St. New-York; Dows, Cary, Prosser & Co. Albany; Wheeler & Ransom, Cleveland, 0.; Hollister & Co. Sandusky, O.; Howard & Wadhams, Detroit, M.T. -- May 1834.
      Buffalo Whig
      June 25, 1834
     
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route [advert]
Date of Original:
1834
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McN.E.10482
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Ohio (Steamboat), 1 Jul 1834