The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Pert (Schooner)


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Schooner COLLECTOR.* Of 50 tons.
      * Renamed PERT
      Herman Runge List
     

COLLECTOR, Schr., 50 tons, on Lake Ontariobefore 1812, bought by U. S. Government and renamed PERT.
      "Hist., of the Great Lakes"
      by J. B. Mansfield
     

      It was reported here, on Wednesday night last, that the schooner PERT, Captain Sampson, of this port, was on shore at the Ducks, in consequence of which, it is due to the Navy to state, that Commodore Hall, innediately ordered a Governent Schooner, which had been laid up for the Winter, to be rigged, which was completed by eight o'clock on Thursday, and she actually beat up against a heavy sea nearly as far as Snake Island, when signals were made from the Dock Yard for her to return, it having been discovered that the PERT had arrived in port..
      Kingston Gazette
      December 7, 1816


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ex COLLECTOR
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McN.R.3485
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Pert (Schooner)