Liverpool (Schooner), 1 Oct 1839
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A FAIR FREIGHT.---The new schooner LIVERPOOL, Capt. R. Hawkins, belonging to Bronson & Crocker's line of vessels for the Upper lakes, left this morning bound for Cleveland, with 2,360 packages of merchandize, weighing over 150 tons. This vessel is a pattern for all crafts intended for the lake Erie trade via Welland Canal, drawing less than 7 feet 6 inches of water with the above cargo and sea-stores on board, and with this draft of water, although a standing keel, she can proceed with ease through the Welland Canal in two days without lighting. -- Oswego Herald, Oct. 14.
Cleveland Daily Herald & Gazette
Tuesday, October 22, 1839 p.2 c.2
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- new vessel
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes