Mary P. Harrison (Propeller), 8 Apr 1863
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A NEW TUG. - A new and beautiful tug is now in process of construction at the yard of Messrs. Hingston at the foot of Hudson Street for Mr. Chas G. Irish Jr., of this city. She measures 47 feet keel and is 55 feet over all. Her engine is built by Mr. David Bell, and is a model one of its size, the cylinder being 14 by 14 inches. The tug will be launched on the 30th of May, and will bear the name "MARY P. HARRISON". We wish the MARY a profitable career for her owner's sake.
Buffalo Daily Courier
Wednesday, April 8, 1863
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Propeller MARY P. HARRISON. Built Buffalo, N.Y. 1863. Of 31 tons gross. First home port, Buffalo N.Y. DISPOSITION. - Abandoned 1866
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