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  • Syracuse Gazette (Syracuse, NY), March 26, 1828
        INTERESTING FACT It is mentioned in a late Allegany paper, that the Steam-Boat William D. Duncan, of 110 tons, came up the Allegany river from Pittsburgh, a few days before, 10 miles above Franklin, and within 40 miles of Warren, to which place she intended to have come; but the ...
      INTERESTING FACT It is mentioned in a late Allegany paper, that the ...
  • Syracuse Gazette (Syracuse, NY), Wednesday, April 2, 1828
        Canal. - The water let into the canal yesterday, and the packet-boat Niagara passed this place for the west. The weather being extremely pleasant, and the season much earlier than usual, we shall soon be gratified with the pleasant sight of boats, laden with the produce of the country, ...
      Canal. - The water let into the canal yesterday, and the packet-boat ...
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