The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Rochester Union & Advertiser (Rochester, NY), Friday, Nov. 3, 1859

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Good Time. - The steamer City of Buffalo arrived here at two this morning, having left Buffalo at eight 8'clock last evening. Considering the fact that the steamer called at all the way ports for freight, and was detained an hour at the Locks, this was first rate time. She brought a good freight and a few passengers. She had quite a party of passengers from Buffalo to Lockport, who were much pleased with the accommodations.

Captain Watters thinks he will be able to make his trips pretty regular from this time to the close of navigation. he finds a disposition manifested by the people residing along the route to patronize the boat, and when the line shall be fully established by the addition of another steamer, he has no doubt that it will be well sustained. The City of Buffalo left for the west at two this afternoon, and will lie over at Medina for the night, going hence to Buffalo in the morning.

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Richard Palmer
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Rochester Union & Advertiser (Rochester, NY), Friday, Nov. 3, 1859