Mayflower (Propeller), 30 Mar 1852
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SHIPBUILDING. - The Commercial of last evening states that it has been furnished with the following memoranda of vessels and their dimensions, now building and being finished by the Messrs. Jones' at their ship yard in this city, by their obliging book-keeper, Mr. Wm. K. Cutler. -
For P.L. Sternberg & Co., and Capt. Bryant; Propeller MAYFLOWER, 192 ft. keel; 26 ft. beam; 12 ft. hold.
"The Propeller MAYFLOWER is nearly ready to be launched and will be finished in time to take her place in the Chicago Line on the opening of navigation. Capt. Bryant, one of the owners will sail her. (part of article)
Buffalo Daily Courier
Tuesday, March 30, 1852
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- William R. McNeil
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