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Jarvis Lord (Propeller), U75499, 23 Nov 1872

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On Saturday last, Capt. W.B. Morley launched one of the largest propellers ever built at Marine City. She is 193 x 33 x 10 and 1,000 tons, and is the finest double decker that has been built here. She is called the JARVIS LORD and is designed for the grain or iron ore trade. Wm. Cowie of Detroit is building the engine which is low pressure and measures 42 x 32 inch cylinder.
      Port Huron Daily Times
      Friday, November 29, 1872

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The new stmb. JARVIS LORD arrived in port yesterday. She is the first craft from the port of Duluth this season. Her cargo consists of 27,800 bu. of wheat for R.R. Buck. The LORD was constructed at Marine City, has 2 masts and is in every respect a seaworthy craft.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      June 2, 1873 3-5

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Steam screw JARVICE LORD. U.S. No. 75499. Of 770.97 tons gross; 641.06 tons net. Built 1873 at Marine City, Mich. Home port, Cleveland, Ohio. 178.3 x 32.6 x 18.0 of 500 horse power nominal.
      Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1885

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Jarvis Lord (Propeller), U75499, 23 Nov 1872