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  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), October 13, 1812
    TextNewspaper       The Lady Murray and a Revenue Cutter, cut out!

    On the 1st inst. the Royal George, late from Newark, anchored off Genesee River, sent in her boats and cut out, without opposition, the schooner Lady Murray and a Revenue Cutter and towed them out. They afterwards went unmolested to ...

    TextNewspaper     The Lady Murray and a Revenue Cutter, cut out!

    On the 1st inst. the Royal George, late from Newark, anchored off Genesee River, sent in her boats and cut out, ...

  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), August 24, 1813
    TextNewspaper       Same report in: Geneva NY, Geneva Gazette, August 25, 1813....
    TextNewspaper     Same report in: Geneva NY, Geneva Gazette, August 25, 1813....
  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 31 Dec 1816
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    Erie, Dec. 14.

    Melancholy. --On the 15th of Nov. last, Mr. John Collier, his wife and two children, a young man named Anthony W. Rallye, and a sailor, whose name we have not heard, left this place in an open boat for Detroit. Two weeks afterwards, the boat they ...

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    Erie, Dec. 14.

    Melancholy. --On the 15th of Nov. last, Mr. John Collier, his wife and two children, a young man named Anthony W. Rallye, and a sailor, whose ...

  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 17 Dec 1816
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    Melancholy if true.-- We learn by the western Mail Carrier, that an open boat some 2 or 3 weeks since left Erie for Detroit, with 3 men, 1 woman and 5 or 6 children on board. A few days afterwards the boat was discovered on the bar, bottom upwards. The ...

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    Melancholy if true.-- We learn by the western Mail Carrier, that an open boat some 2 or 3 weeks since left Erie for Detroit, with 3 men, 1 woman and ...

  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 3 Dec 1816
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    The many disasters which have attended our lake navigation, is partly owing to the want of safe and convenient ports and harbors. There is no port in which the Shipping suffers so severely as the port of Buffalo Creek. The deposits of sand in the mouth of the creek prevents ...

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    The many disasters which have attended our lake navigation, is partly owing to the want of safe and convenient ports and harbors. There is no port in which the Shipping ...

  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 19 Nov 1816
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    Canandaigua, Nov. 19.

    We are sorry to hear from lake Ontario that four schooners were driven ashore and lost near Cape Vincent, during the late violent gales. Considerable damage has been sustained in the loss of property, but happily the lives of all on board were saved.

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    Canandaigua, Nov. 19.

    We are sorry to hear from lake Ontario that four schooners were driven ashore and lost near Cape Vincent, during the late violent gales. Considerable damage ...

  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 12 Nov 1816
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    The inhabitants of this village are requested to meet at Pomeroy's Coffee-House on Friday evening next, at 6 o'clock for the purpose of taking into consideration the importance of improving the harbor at this Port and adopting such measures as shall then be deemed proper.

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    The inhabitants of this village are requested to meet at Pomeroy's Coffee-House on Friday evening next, at 6 o'clock for the purpose of taking into consideration the importance of improving ...

  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 29 Oct 1816
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    NEW ESTABLISHMENT---STORAGE and FORWARDING BUSINESS

    The subscriber have erected a WAREHOUSE, conveniently situated on the margin of the Buffalo Creek, where they will be ready in a few days to receive and forward Goods to any port on the Lakes. JOHN G. CAMP & co.

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    NEW ESTABLISHMENT---STORAGE and FORWARDING BUSINESS

    The subscriber have erected a WAREHOUSE, conveniently situated on the margin of the Buffalo Creek, where they will be ready in a few ...

  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 29 Oct 1816
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    The body of a man was found on the shore of lake Erie, about a mile above the mouth of Buffalo Creek, which had the appearance of having been in the water two or three weeks, he was about 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, light hair; had on ...

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    The body of a man was found on the shore of lake Erie, about a mile above the mouth of Buffalo Creek, which had the appearance of having been in ...

  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 22 Oct 1816
    NewspaperText       Port of Buffalo

    Arrived

    Schr. FRANKLIN, J. Justine, from Erie

    Cleared

    Schr. WIDOW'S SON, J. Haskell, for Detroit Schr. RACHEL, H. Barnard, for Erie

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    NewspaperText     Port of Buffalo

    Arrived

    Schr. FRANKLIN, J. Justine, from Erie

    Cleared

    Schr. WIDOW'S SON, J. Haskell, for Detroit Schr. RACHEL, H. Barnard, for Erie

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  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 22 Oct 1816
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    Kingston, U. C. Sept. 14.

    A NEW STEAM-BOAT ON LAKE ONTARIO

    On Saturday the 7th. of September the Steam-Boat FRONTENAC was launched at the village of Ernest Town. A numerous concourse of people assembled on the occasion. But, in consequence of some accidental ...

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    Kingston, U. C. Sept. 14.

    A NEW STEAM-BOAT ON LAKE ONTARIO

    On Saturday the 7th. of September the Steam-Boat FRONTENAC was launched at the village of Ernest Town. A ...

  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 15 Oct 1816
    NewspaperText       Port of Buffalo

    Arrived

    Schr. GEO. WASHINGTON, D. Dobbins, from Erie Open Boat J. Harris, from Fort Erie Schr. BLACK SNAKE, S. WiIkinson, from Cleveland Schr. NEPTUNE, L. Johnson, from Detroit Sloop VENUS, J. Knowles, from ...

    NewspaperText     Port of Buffalo

    Arrived

    Schr. GEO. WASHINGTON, D. Dobbins, from Erie Open Boat J. Harris, from Fort Erie Schr. BLACK SNAKE, S. WiIkinson, from Cleveland Schr. NEPTUNE, ...

  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 15 Oct 1816
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    STORAGE & FORWARDING BUSINESS

    Conducted at Black Rock by N. Sill and S. Thompson, who are making every necessary arrangement for the transportation of Goods, consigned to their care. They will be provided with Warehouses, Wharves, Boats, &c. and are building vessels for the ...

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    STORAGE & FORWARDING BUSINESS

    Conducted at Black Rock by N. Sill and S. Thompson, who are making every necessary arrangement for the transportation of Goods, consigned to their care. ...

  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 15 Oct 1816
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    Kingston, U. C. Sept. 14

    Melancholy Circumstance. On Saturday last, the 7th. inst, the scow was coming from Adolphustown, at Barker's ferry, to Sophiasburgh, with 11 persons, two men, three women; the other boys and girls had a span of horses and waggon on board. In ...

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    Kingston, U. C. Sept. 14

    Melancholy Circumstance. On Saturday last, the 7th. inst, the scow was coming from Adolphustown, at Barker's ferry, to Sophiasburgh, with 11 persons, two men, ...

  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 10 Jun 1817
    NewspaperText       Port of Buffalo

    Arrived

    Schr. PAULINA, J. K. Whaley, from Cleveland Schr. MERCHANT, J. Kelly, from Cleveland Schr. TRAVELLER, C. Brown, from Cleveland Schr. MICHIGAN, Norton, from Detroit Schr. MINK, J. Connelly, from Detroit ...

    NewspaperText     Port of Buffalo

    Arrived

    Schr. PAULINA, J. K. Whaley, from Cleveland Schr. MERCHANT, J. Kelly, from Cleveland Schr. TRAVELLER, C. Brown, from Cleveland Schr. MICHIGAN, ...

  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 3 Jun 1817
    NewspaperText       Port of Buffalo

    Arrived

    Schr. NEPTUNE, Johnson, from Cleveland Schr. ERIE, Miller, from Detroit

    Cleared

    Sloop VENUS, Knowles, for Miami Schr. FRIENDSHIP, Austin, for Detroit Schr. MICHIGAN, Norton, for ...

    NewspaperText     Port of Buffalo

    Arrived

    Schr. NEPTUNE, Johnson, from Cleveland Schr. ERIE, Miller, from Detroit

    Cleared

    Sloop VENUS, Knowles, for Miami Schr. FRIENDSHIP, Austin, for Detroit Schr. ...

  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 27 May 1817
    NewspaperText       Port of Buffalo

    Arrived

    Schr. PAULINA, Whaley, from Detroit Schr. FRIENDSHIP, W. Austin, from Mackina SALEM PACKET, S. Ward, from Detroit Sloop HANNAH, O. Coit, from Detroit open boat J. Castilo, from Oswego

    NewspaperText     Port of Buffalo

    Arrived

    Schr. PAULINA, Whaley, from Detroit Schr. FRIENDSHIP, W. Austin, from Mackina SALEM PACKET, S. Ward, from Detroit Sloop HANNAH, O. Coit, ...

  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 27 May 1817
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    On Wednesday last the Schooner PRESIDENT, bound from Genesee river to Kingston, in a gale threw overboard 100 barrels --? -- belonging to Montgomery & Roch.

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    On Wednesday last the Schooner PRESIDENT, bound from Genesee river to Kingston, in a gale threw overboard 100 barrels --? -- belonging to Montgomery & Roch.

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  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 20 May 1817
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    SCHOONER MICHIGAN, 130 tons burthen, Capt. Norton, will sail in five or six days for Detroit; excellent accommodations; for or passage, apply to the master on board, or to Sill, Thompson & Co.

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    SCHOONER MICHIGAN, 130 tons burthen, Capt. Norton, will sail in five or six days for Detroit; excellent accommodations; for or passage, apply to the master on board, or to Sill, ...

  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 20 May 1817
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    The steam Boat ONTARIO on Wednesday last, left this port for the first time, in order to try the force of her machinery. --A number of gentlemen, ambitious to be the first that ever navigated the waters of Lake Ontario in a Steam Boat, embarked on board. She started from ...

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    The steam Boat ONTARIO on Wednesday last, left this port for the first time, in order to try the force of her machinery. --A number of gentlemen, ambitious to be ...

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