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Clyde (Schooner), 29 May 1841


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LAUNCH AT CHIPPEWA. - Two fine schooners called the CLYDE and SHANNON, were launched full rigged and ready for commision at Chippewa on Saturday last. Carrick of this city was, we hear, the master builder.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      Monday, May 31, 1841 2 - 1

     
     
      LAUNCH AT CHIPPEWA. -- Two fine schooners, called the CLYDE and SHANNON. were launched full rigged and ready for commission at Chippewa on Saturday last. Carrick of Buffalo, was, we hear, the master builder.
      Erie Gazette
      June 3, 1841
      . . . . .


Name CLYDE Register Number- 3
Type. Schooner
Port. Hamilton
Tons. 114
When Built -
Where Built -
Builders name & date of certificate:-
Description of vessel:- Surveyor, J.W. Taylor,

Length 89 feet & six tenths
Breadth I8 feet & three tenths
Depth of hold 8 feet & three tenths
Decks. One
Masts Two
Bowsprit Standing
Stern. Square
Figure-head None
Rigged Schooner. Carvel built

Subscribing owners:- M.W. & E. Browne of Hamilton, forwarders, owns all 64 shares
Registers remarks :- gone
      Port of Hamilton, Shipping Register, 1846 to 1874, Vol.362
      National Archives, Canada Microfilm reel C-2465
     


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Newspaper
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launch, Chippewa
Date of Original:
1841
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McN.E.1377
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Clyde (Schooner), 29 May 1841