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  • Steamboat Combination
    Steamboat Combination
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 11 May 1844, p. 2     The Steamboat Combination is now completed and the terms of passage, &c. made known. The Combination have the control of the Propellers, and will arrange the rates for passage and freight. The cabin fare on Steamboats from Buffalo to Cleveland is $5; to Detroit $7; and to Chicago, $14. The ...
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 11 May 1844, p. 2   The Steamboat Combination is now completed and the terms of passage, &c. made known. The Combination have the control of the Propellers, and will arrange the rates for passage and ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Steamboat Combination
    Steamboat Combination
    NewspaperText  Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 30 May 1845, p. 2     Steamboat Combination

    The Buffalo Pilot has the following

    Thursday, May 29

    We noticed yesterday morning that the departing boats charged uniform rates of passage and freight, which is a pretty sure indication that opposition has ceased. It was ...

    NewspaperText  Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 30 May 1845, p. 2   Steamboat Combination

    The Buffalo Pilot has the following

    Thursday, May 29

    We noticed yesterday morning that the departing boats charged uniform rates of passage and freight, which is a ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Steamboat Combination
    Steamboat Combination
    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 6 Sep 1847, p. 2    

    Steamboat Combination.--The Buffalo papers announce that an association has been formed by the proprietors of the steamers, running on the Lakes, for the remainder of the season. The rates agreed upon are as follows: To any port on Lake Michigan, Cabin $10, Steerage $5; to Cleveland $3 ...

    NewspaperText  Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, WI), 6 Sep 1847, p. 2  

    Steamboat Combination.--The Buffalo papers announce that an association has been formed by the proprietors of the steamers, running on the Lakes, for the remainder of the season. The rates agreed ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Vast Steamboat Combination
    Vast Steamboat Combination
    NewspaperText  Sun (Baltimore, MD), 20 Sep 1849, p. 1    

    Vast Steamboat Combination.--A combination has just been formed, including every steam vessel on the Lakes, Erie, St. Clair, Huron and Michigan, and the rivers Niagara, Detroit, and St. Clair. This gigantic combination includes the Michigan Central Railroad. The nature of the compact is ...

    NewspaperText  Sun (Baltimore, MD), 20 Sep 1849, p. 1  

    Vast Steamboat Combination.--A combination has just been formed, including every steam vessel on the Lakes, Erie, St. Clair, Huron and Michigan, and the rivers Niagara, Detroit, and St. Clair. This ...

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  • Steamboat Association
    Steamboat Association
    NewspaperText  Albany Evening Journal (Albany, NY), 31 May 1845, p. 2    

    Steamboat Association.--An association of the owners of steamboats has at length been formed, but as the rates of freight have not been definitely agreed upon, and are merely temporary until the whole matter is perfected, we deem it unadvisable to specify them. It is understood, ...

    NewspaperText  Albany Evening Journal (Albany, NY), 31 May 1845, p. 2  

    Steamboat Association.--An association of the owners of steamboats has at length been formed, but as the rates of freight have not been definitely agreed upon, and are merely temporary until ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 10 Jul 1845, p. 2
    Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 10 Jul 1845, p. 2
    NewspaperText      

    Buffalo, June 8--The docks are without the stir and bustle which usually appears about them. The amount of shipping arriving and departing is very trifling. Many vessels have been laid up for want of freights.

    The Steamboat Association have commenced disposing of their surplus boats by ...

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    Buffalo, June 8--The docks are without the stir and bustle which usually appears about them. The amount of shipping arriving and departing is very trifling. Many vessels have been laid ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Lake Combination
    Lake Combination
    NewspaperText  Wisconsin Free Democrat (Milwaukee, WI), 11 May 1847, p. 3    

    Lake Combination. The Buffalo Courier says they are informed by those who know, that it is almost certain that there will be no Steamboat Association organized this season, all negotiations for this purpose having been met, thus far, with insurmountable obstacles. The rapid ...

    NewspaperText  Wisconsin Free Democrat (Milwaukee, WI), 11 May 1847, p. 3  

    Lake Combination. The Buffalo Courier says they are informed by those who know, that it is almost certain that there will be no Steamboat Association organized this season, all negotiations ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • The Fourth
    The Fourth
    NewspaperText  Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 7 Jul 1847, p. 2     The Fourth

    ... There were a large number that enjoyed the steamboat excursions, out upon the still waters, and with the stirring music of full bands. It must have been delightful.

    ...

    P. S. Since the above was in type, we learn with pain that Capt. Charles Burnett, ...

    NewspaperText  Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 7 Jul 1847, p. 2   The Fourth

    ... There were a large number that enjoyed the steamboat excursions, out upon the still waters, and with the stirring music of full bands. It must have been ...

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  • Tonnage of Buffalo
    Tonnage of Buffalo
    NewspaperText  Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 15 Jul 1847, p. 2    

    Tonnage of Buffalo.-- The registered tonnage of the Port of Buffalo has increased two-fifths within the last year. The number and description of vessels, with their tonnage, owned at this port, are as follows:

    Steamboats 28
    NewspaperText  Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 15 Jul 1847, p. 2  

    Tonnage of Buffalo.-- The registered tonnage of the Port of Buffalo has increased two-fifths within the last year. The number and description of vessels, with their tonnage, owned at this ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Emigrants
    Emigrants
    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 30 May 1826, p. 1, column 5    

    Emigrants to Michigan were so numerous at Buffalo a few days since, that they were under the necessity of erecting shanties for their accommodation until boats should start for Detroit. Michigan will soon have acquired a sufficiency of population, to entitle her to the ...

    NewspaperText  St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 30 May 1826, p. 1, column 5  

    Emigrants to Michigan were so numerous at Buffalo a few days since, that they were under the necessity of erecting shanties for their accommodation until boats should start for Detroit. ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 15 Oct 1816
    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, ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 13 May 1817
    Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 13 May 1817
    NewspaperText       Port of Buffalo

    Arrived

    May 6 Sloop GENERAL SCOTT, from Erie Boat from Patterson's Creek, U. C. May 11 Schr. LARK, D. Hill, from Miami

    Cleared

    May 3 SALEM PACKET, Ward, to Danbury, Ohio. May 4 Sloop HANNAH, O. ...

    NewspaperText     Port of Buffalo

    Arrived

    May 6 Sloop GENERAL SCOTT, from Erie Boat from Patterson's Creek, U. C. May 11 Schr. LARK, D. Hill, from Miami

    Cleared

    May ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 27 May 1817
    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, ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 3 Jun 1817
    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. ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Buffalo Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 10 Jun 1817
    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, ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Buffalo Daily Republic (Buffalo, NY), Tuesday, June 19, 1849
    Buffalo Daily Republic (Buffalo, NY), Tuesday, June 19, 1849
    TextNewspaper      

    DISASTER.---The Oswego Times says a severe thunder storm passed over that city on Friday noon, and the schooner PRINCESS ROYAL, lying wind bound off the mouth of the river, was dismasted. The steamer LADY OF THE LAKE went out and towed the disabled vessel into port.

    ...
    TextNewspaper    

    DISASTER.---The Oswego Times says a severe thunder storm passed over that city on Friday noon, and the schooner PRINCESS ROYAL, lying wind bound off the mouth of the river, was ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., May 12, 1819
    Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., May 12, 1819
    TextNewspaper      

    Buffalo, April 4.

    The Steam Boat Walk-in-the-Water, started on Friday last for Detroit, with one hundred and fifty-six passengers. In overhauling the Machinery some defects were remedied, and the improvements and those of lessening the diameter of the Water Wheel, which by ...

    TextNewspaper    

    Buffalo, April 4.

    The Steam Boat Walk-in-the-Water, started on Friday last for Detroit, with one hundred and fifty-six passengers. In overhauling the Machinery some defects were remedied, and the ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Voyage on the Lakes
    Voyage on the Lakes
    TextNewspaper  Lyons Republican (Lyons, NY), 28 Jun 1820    

    Voyage on the lakes

    Extract of a letter from Capt. J. Rodgers, of the steam boat Walk-in-the-Water, dated Black Rock 29th ult.

    "I arrived at this place from Mackinaw on the morning of the 27th inst., after a most delightful passage up and ...

    TextNewspaper  Lyons Republican (Lyons, NY), 28 Jun 1820  

    Voyage on the lakes

    Extract of a letter from Capt. J. Rodgers, of the steam boat Walk-in-the-Water, dated Black Rock 29th ult.

    "I arrived at this place from ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Cholera
    Cholera
    TextNewspaper  Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 1 Aug 1832    

    BUFFALO - The cholera is still prevailing in this city. The whole number of cases is 41 and deaths 14. Two of the latter, were colored persons. The disease is evidently on the increase; and all business is at a standstill.

    Among the Indians on the reservation, the number of ...

    TextNewspaper  Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 1 Aug 1832  

    BUFFALO - The cholera is still prevailing in this city. The whole number of cases is 41 and deaths 14. Two of the latter, were colored persons. The disease is ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Tremendous Hurricane
    Tremendous Hurricane
    NewspaperText  Weekly Herald (New York, NY), 26 Oct 1844, p. 342    

    [Correspondence of the Herald]

    Rochester, Oct. 19, 1844

    Tremendous Hurricane

    Last night there was a tremendous hurricane at Rochester, trees were torn up, roofs of houses and stores swept away, and ash poles knocked over -- The roof of the ...

    NewspaperText  Weekly Herald (New York, NY), 26 Oct 1844, p. 342  

    [Correspondence of the Herald]

    Rochester, Oct. 19, 1844

    Tremendous Hurricane

    Last night there was a tremendous hurricane at Rochester, trees were torn up, roofs of houses and stores ...

    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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