The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
General Brady (Brig), 1827


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The Brig of War, MADISON, 22 guns, built at this place during the late war, and which was in several engagements on the lakes, has recently been fitted up as a corvette, by Messrs Hugunin & Mallory. Her tonnage is now 350 tons;
she formerly measured 700. She was towed out into the stream on Thursday last, when a salute was fired from the Madison Barracks, and her name changed to GENERAL BRADY, in honour of Brig. Gen. Brady of the U. S. Army, and lately commanded at this post, who was on board at the time. She sailed on Friday morning for Niagara.
      Freeman's Advocate Sackets Harbor
      Thursday May 31, 1827



      The brig of war, MADISON, 22 guns, built at this place during the late war, and which was in several engagements on the lake, has recently been fitted up as a corvette, by Messrs. Hugman and Mallory. Her tonnage is now 350 tons; she formerly measured 700. She was towed out into the stream on Thursday last, when a salute was fired from the Madison Barracks, and her name changed to GENERAL BRADY, in honor of Brig. Gen. Brady, of the U.S. Army, and lately commander of this post who was on board at the time. She sailed on Friday morning for Niagara. --- Sacket's Harbor Advertiser, May 31.
      Cleveland Weekly Herald
      Friday, June 15, 1827 p.3 c.1



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ex MADISON
Date of Original:
1827
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McN.R.33
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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General Brady (Brig), 1827