The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Henry Clay (Steamboat), 24 Jul 1828


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ADVERT. TRIP TO GREEN BAY
      The Steam-Boat HENRY CLAY,
      Walter Norton, Master.
      Will leave Buffalo for Green Bay on the 22d of
      August next, at 9 o'clock A. M., touching, on her
      outward and homeward bound passages at the
      several intermediate ports. It is understood that
      Gov. Cass, who will about that time be engaged in
      building a Council at the Bay with the Northwestern
      tribes of Indians, is to return by the Clay.
      For freight or passage apply on board.
      Detroit Gazette
      July 24. 1828
     
      . . . . .
     
      The steamboat HENRY CLAY, will leave Buffalo for Green Bay, on the 22d of August. This will afford a fine opportunity for gentleman and Ladies disposed to extend their fashionable journeys to make the tour of the Great lakes. It would be quite refreshing on suck a day as this, for instance, to lie in the cool breeze of Huron, or founder on the shady shores of Superior among the others. How delightful would it be to roll on an iceberg this afternoon.
      Detroit Gazette
      August 7, 1828







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route, &c.
Date of Original:
1828
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McN.E.10788
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Henry Clay (Steamboat), 24 Jul 1828