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  • Rochester Daily Advertiser (Rochester, NY), April 20, 1831
        THE LAKE. We learn from the Buffalo Republican of the 16th inst. that the immense body of water in front of that town, is still covered with ice as far as the eye can reach. The present mild weather will probably remove it in a few days and open to ...
      THE LAKE. We learn from the Buffalo Republican of the 16th inst. ...
  • Rochester Daily Advertiser (Rochester, NY), Monday, Dec. 31,1841
        From the Kingston (Canada) British [Whig]. A circumstance occurred on Thursday last which created no little excitement in town. - About noon a grand display of colors was observed on board one of Messrs. Ives' schooners, the Invincible, an American bottom, laid up for the season at Ives' ...
      From the Kingston (Canada) British [Whig]. A circumstance occurred on Thursday last ...
  • Rochester Daily Advertiser (Rochester, NY), Friday, June 19, 1846
        Launch of the Propeller. A large concourse of people assembled at the landing yesterday afternoon to witness the launch of the new Propeller, "Genesee Chief. " The banks of the stream, and the hills upon both sides, were lined with ladies and gentlemen. The steamer ...
      Launch of the Propeller. A large concourse of people assembled at the ...
  • Rochester Daily Advertiser (Rochester, NY), Thursday, June 8, 1846
        Launch of the "Genesee Chief" The splendid new steamer, "Genesee Chief," recently built at the landing, will be launched today at 3 o'clock. Carriages will be in readiness to convey passengers to and from the river. After the boat glides into her future element, she ...
      Launch of the "Genesee Chief" The splendid new steamer, "Genesee Chief," recently ...
  • A New Enterprise
    Rochester Daily Advertiser (Rochester, NY), 8 Jun 1858     A NEW ENTERPRISE - Cod fishing from Charlotte. We learn that the schooner, Charlotte, Capt. Farnham, sailed from Charlotte yesterday morning on a cod fishing voyage to the coast of Labrador. She was fitted out in part, if not entirely, by Mr.Wilder of Charlotte and is expected to be absent ...
    Rochester Daily Advertiser (Rochester, NY), 8 Jun 1858   A NEW ENTERPRISE - Cod fishing from Charlotte. We learn that the ...
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