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The Chippewa steamboat, Capt. B. Armstrong, will run between Sandusky and Detroit, the remainder of this season. This boat has passed up the rapids in the Niagara River at Black Rock, which proves her engine to be excellent.
October 22, 1825
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The proprietors of this boat offer her for sale, together with her Rigging,
Furniture, &c. on very liberal terms. She is built on the Annesley plan, of the
best material, is entirely new, having run but one season, and her engine is a
superior one. She now lies at Sandusky. A credit of six months will be given
for one half the purchase money, and eighteen months for the remainder, for
approved endorsed paper. E. Johnson
T. Joy } Directors
Cleveland Weekly Herald
Friday, February 24, 1826
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