The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 1 May 1833

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The great eastern mail is now received at this place, by the way of the Free Bridge and Vienna, from eight to ten hours earlier than it was before the change in the route, and generally in advance of the mail which is brought with all reasonable speed on horseback over the old route through Montezuma and Lyons – both leaving Elbridge simultaneously. The proprietors and the public have abundant reason to be well satisfied with the change. The particular arrangements of the stages over this route, we understand, will be announced to the public by the proprietors in a few days.

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1 May 1833
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Richard Palmer
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Wayne Sentinel (Palmyra, NY), 1 May 1833