"Northern Forwarding, From Sodus to Montreal," Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Jan. 12, 1820
... that it affords - the certainty of one of the two vessels leaving Sodus Bay every week, and the cheapness of freight, renders it an object worthy the consideration of gentlemen having property to send to the northern market.
January 12, 1820
"A Comparison of the Arguments in Favor of the Grand Canal, With Facts"
But I proceed to that part of the route which extends from Oswego to Lewiston, a distance of 130 miles, on Lake Ontario. And here I am met by an assertion of a Committee of the Legislature, in 1817, that "the passage of ...
Water spout. - At about 8 o'clock this morning, one of those singular phenomena, usually denominated a water-spout, was observed from this village at a distance of 5 or 6 miles upon the Lake. A heavy dark cloud hung over the Lake in the west and north. Its lower edge, for the most part uniform...
.... The crew very providentially escaped with their lives, in a skiff and all arrived safe at Sodus the same day, a distance of a least 30 miles, over an uncommonly rough sea.
September 1, 1820
... persons on board, only two succeeded in reaching the shore. Two or three American vessels were also stranded at the same time, but without the loss of any lives.
(extract of a letter, dated Cobourg the 12th. inst)
October 20, 1820
p. 3 The schr. Franklin, captain Hayt, of Erie, of 90 tons, owned by Mr. Peter S. V. Hamor, of Erie, with a cargo of between three and four thousand dollars worth of merchandise, belonging to Mr. Hamot, and 300 bbls of salt, belonging to Mr. Bracket, of Salina, sailed from Erie and arrived at ...
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 7 Jan. 1820, page 4page 4 Column 1-2
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 4 Feb. 1820, page 2page 2 Column 1
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 11 Feb. 1820, page 3page 3 Column 3
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 24 March 1820, page 3page 3
For Mackinac, Green-Bay and
The schr. Com. Decatur will leave this for Mackinac, Green-Bay and Chicago, as soon as the navigation is open. For freight or passage, apply to the master, on board, or to the undersigned.
Detroit, 24th March, 1820
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 14 April 1820, page 3page 3 Column 1
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 21 April 1820, page 3page 3
... low rate.
The Ferry is kept nearly in front of the Steam Boat Hotel.
Detroit, April 20, 1820
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 12 May 1820, page 2page 2 Column 3
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 12 May 1820, page 3page 3
... or damage which may happen in the shipment, transportation or delivery of either or the articles aforesaid; and that the Captain of the steam boat is to receive no freight but upon the conditions in this resolution mentioned.--J.I. OSTRANDER, sec'y
Albany, May 30, 1820
This Boat is of the burthen...
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 26 May 1820, page 2page 2 Column 4
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 26 May 1820, page 3page 3
STEAM-BAOT [sic] NOTICE
Steam-Boat Walk-in-the-Water , J. Rodgers Master, will sail from Buffalo the 10th day of June next, for Michilimackinac, and from Detroit the 14th; on her return she will leave Detroit for Buffalo, the 24th of June.
May 26, 1820
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 2 June 1820, page 2page 2 Column 3
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 2 June 1820, page 3page 3 Column 1
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 9 June 1820, page 3page 3 Column 2
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 9 June 1820, page 3page 3
... to the subscriber, that will enable him to obtain said boat, shall be handsomely rewarded.
Cote des Poux, June 6, 1820
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