The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), Wed., April 17, 1833

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Launched - On Monday last the new and beautiful Schooner, built by our enterprising fellow citizens, Messrs. C.B. Aspinwall Co. She bears the name of our publick spirited fellow-citizen, Llewellyn Jones, which circumstance, while it is flattering to him, is commendable in her owners, and creditable to our village; and we hope the time may come when all our vessels may be named after some of our citizens. She is designed as a Packet to ply between this port and Kingston, and is allowed by all who have examined her, to be as fine a little craft as ever navigated these waters. The Captain, Mr. James Clarke, is an experienced seaman, and we doubt not will give general satisfaction. We sincerely wish her owners may meet with a reward commensurate with their merits.

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Richard Palmer
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Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), Wed., April 17, 1833