Untitled [Shipping News]


The editor of the Courier, at Louisville, (Ky.) has published a list of the number of boats, and an estimate, from actual inspection, of the value of produce and merchandize, which passed the Falls of Ohio, during the fifty days commencing on the first of October, 1811.  From this statement it appears, in the aggregate, that during that time, which was in the dullest season of the year, there passed 38 flat bottom boats, 8 barges, and 3 keels.  Their loading amounting to $222,366.

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How to cite this article:  Untitled [Shipping News], Pittsburgh Gazette, 14 Feb. 1812, p. 3, available at  http://history.hanover.edu/texts/1811.