The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
J. H. Harmon (Brig), 1 Jun 1858

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REACHED SALT WATER. - Captain Pierce received a dispatch yesterday, stating that the vanguard of the Detroit and Liverpool fleet. The CHIEFTAIN, BLACK HAWK and J.H. HARMON, would be ready to leave Montreal Monday night. They must therefore have left Quebec Wednesday night; and are now in salt water. May prosperous gales attend them. - Detroit Advertiser.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      June 7, 1858

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      ARRIVED. - The schooners R.H. HARMON, from England for Cleveland, arrived at Montreal last Wednesday.
      The schooner REEVE, the last of the Lake Erie Fleet due this season, left Liverpool the 1st, of September. She had in her cargo sixty crates of crockery for Huntington & Brooks, of Detroit.
      The schooner CORRESPONDENT, Capt. Morris, arrived Saturday evening. She has salt for Messrs. Sholl & Scoville.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Wednesday, October 6, 1858

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J. H. Harmon (Brig), 1 Jun 1858