The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Syracuse Journal (Syracuse, NY), 23 Apr 1853

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The Jordan Transcript thus speaks of the neat little packet which runs between this City and Jordan: The packet boat Norwich commenced, on Wednesday last, her regular trips for the season, between this place and Syracuse. Such a communication between these places is a matter of great convenience and accommodation, for, besides the pleasant ride one may have, there are many who can not always go themselves, and would be glad of the opportunity to send by some one whom they can reply upon to do their business correctly. Such an opportunity will now occur daily, ase every thing entrusted to the care of Mr. Carson, the Captain, will be as promptly attended to as thou you went in person. Those who desire a pleasant and agreeable trip to Syracuse, where they can remain some four hours, and return the same evening, will not neglect to take the packet, which leaves here at 7 A.M., and returns at 7 1/2 P.M.

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23 Apr 1853
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  • New York, United States
    Latitude: 43.1002057720112 Longitude: -76.4984893798828
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Syracuse Journal (Syracuse, NY), 23 Apr 1853