Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 10 Jul 1845, p. 2
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Buffalo, June 8--The docks are without the stir and bustle which usually appears about them. The amount of shipping arriving and departing is very trifling. Many vessels have been laid up for want of freights.
The Steamboat Association have commenced disposing of their surplus boats by laying one of them up. The constellation is out of commission, and others will soon follow. In consequence of this want of Marine activity, but little is doing in Wehat or Flour. A brisk retail trade in Flour is done by some of our Commission Merchants.-- Four hundred barrels of Cleveland City Mills was sold at #3.95. For wheat we can give no transactions.--Courier
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