The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Admiral (Schooner), 19 Mar 1853


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PORT HOPE SHIPYARD. - There is now building at this yard, for Messrs Bletcher & Harris and Capt. Wright, a new vessel of 137 tons; and the schooner ANN JANE BROWN, is being rebuilt from light water mark. Both vessels are expected to be ready at the opening of navigation. There is another vessel of the largest size to be commenced this season. Port Hope will soon be celebrated for it's facilities in shipbuilding. Those vessels that have already been built here, are of the first class.
      Port Hope Guide
      March 19, 1853

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      ADMIRAL, Top-sail schooner, master, Geo. Wright. 129 tons built Port Hope 1853. Owned by Geo. Wright. Home port, Port Hope. A 1 hull A 1* Stores. Value #1,200 Sterling. REMARKS - Screw built.
      Register of British Shipping
      Inland Waters, 1854

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building
Date of Original:
1853
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McN.E.707
Language of Item:
English
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William R. McNeil
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Admiral (Schooner), 19 Mar 1853