Black Rock Advocate (Buffalo, NY), 21 July 1836, page 3
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FLOUR.--The Cleveland Daily Herald, states that the new and beautiful schooner Toledo, which was launched a few days since at Black Rock, left that port on the 1st inst. with a cargo of two thousand one hundred and thirteen barrels of flour.
SHIPWRECK.--The schooner Young Lion, Captain F.T. Moran, bound for Toledo with a cargo of railroad Iron, sprung a leak, when a few miles below Erie, on Thursday night lst, and sunk in fifteen fathoms of water. Three of the crew went down with the vessel and were drowned. The Young Lion was owned by Messrs. Smith, Macy, and Russel, of Buffalo.
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- 21 July 1836
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- Richard Palmer
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