The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), September 12, 1872, page 3

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The NASSAU is the name of the well constructed canal vessel now on her maiden voyage from Oswego, where she was launched a short time since for Thomas S. Mott of that port. Her dimensions are as follows: Length, 143 ft.; beam 26 ft.; depth of hold, 11 ft.; custom house measurement, 315 tons. Her carrying capacity is estimated at 19,000 bushels wheat, with a draft of 10 ft. of water. She costs $24,000, and is commanded by Capt. J.R. Moulthier.

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Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), September 12, 1872, page 3