The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Ontario Repository (Canandaigua, NY), Tues., June 17, 1817

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Commerce. - From the 8th of April to the 30th of May last, the following Produce was shipped by our merchants, from the landing of Mr. F. Hanford, on Genesee river, viz: Flour, 9,022 barrels; Ashes, 258; Pork, 472; besides considerable quantities of Corn, Ham, Butter and Whiskey. There are three other landings on the river, from each of which, about the same amount has been shipped.

The arrival and departure of vessels on the Lakes, furnish quite a "Marine List," for the newspapers printed nearest the different ports, presenting a scene of busy and increasing commerce, which is now enlivened by the regular passages of the Steam-Boat Ontario. This fine vessels answers every expectation of her proprietors.

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  • New York, United States
    Latitude: 43.2551011586371 Longitude: -77.6034736633301
Richard Palmer
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