The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Schooners GENERAL BROCK, and ELIZABETH


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Schooners
GENERAL BROCK
AND
ELIZABETH

WILL be ready for the Lakes as soon as the Navigation opens, and will be complete for the season, for accommodating Passengers or Goods of any description.

All those that have Property that they want transported from Fort Erie to Amherstburgh, or Sandwich, or from Amherstburgh to Drummonds Island, St. Josephs, on Lake Huron, or from either of those places to any port on Lake Michigan, they will please call on the Subscribers at Fort Erie. They are determined to give every satisfaction that can be expected in the above business, according to the rules of the Lakes, and as by our careful attention the last year, we hope we shall be able to gain our share of Business in the present season.

N.B. The Subscribers will give the highest wages for a few Seamen, if they can come well recommended.

HALL & THOMPSON.

Fort Erie, March 15, 1816


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Newspaper
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Pagination:
p. 5, column 4
Date of Publication:
15 Mar 1816
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Hall & Thompson
Language of Item:
English
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Schooners GENERAL BROCK, and ELIZABETH