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H. G. Cleveland (Schooner), U11762, 3 Aug 1867

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A new schooner called the H.G. CLEVELAND, built at Black River by Wm. Jones arrived at this port yesterday. She was measured by the Custom House officers, and the dimensions were found to be as follows: Length 137'2"; beam 25'8"; depth of hold, 10'4"; burden about 265 tons new measurement. She is owned by Wm. Jones, W.S. Lyons, and Capt. C. Vader, and is commanded by the latter. She is a very fine vessel, much care having been taken in her construction. - Cleveland Herald
      Detroit Post
      August 3, 1867

      The H.G. CLEVELAND is the name of a new fore-and-aft rigged vessel, which passed this port upward bound on Sunday. SHe was built at Black River, Ohio, by Wm. Jones, and is 265 tons burden, new measurement. She is highly spoken of by the press elsewhere. Her style of paint is a handsome green, and she appears neatly fitted out. She is commanded by Capt. Vader, who is also part owner.
      Detroit Post
      August 6, 1867

Schooner H.G. CLEVELAND. U. S. No. 11762. Of 264 tons gross; 251 tons net. Built Black River, Ohio, 1867. Home port, Cleveland, Ohio. 137.2 x 25.8 x 10.4
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1899

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H. G. Cleveland (Schooner), U11762, 3 Aug 1867