Cleveland, April 3, 1846. - Correspondence of the Buffalo Morning Express:-
There are three new propellers, two schooners and one Brig now building here. One propeller for Messrs Mittleberger & Co. not yet launched, but nearly ready; one for Mr. E. Berkle which is progressing to completion, and one for Messrs Gillett & Co., which will not be out until fall. -- The Brig is of 280 tons burthen, and owned by Messrs Pease & Allen -- one of the schooners is 220 tons and is owned by the Messrs D.& C.T. Richmond, and the other,70 tons, by Mr. D. Clark, all of which will leave port next week ready for business.
There are several new vessels building at different points on the Lake between this and Buffalo.
Morning Express, Buffalo
Tuesday, April 7, 1846.
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The Messrs. Turners' beautiful brig ODD FELLOW was launched from their ship yard on Saturday. The I. O. O. F. Assoc. presented the brig with an elegant suit of colors with due ceremony. The ODD FELLOW was rigged ready for sea on the stocks, and the launch and the ceremonies drew together quite a large assemblage. - - - Cleveland Herald, April 21.
National Daily Pilot
Thursday, April 24, 1845
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The new brig ODD FELLOW came into our harbor a few days ago from Chicago with a full cargo. She was built at Cleveland at the ship yard of S. & A. Turner, and reflects great credit on her builders, being the most beautiful sail craft on our western waters. She made her first trip from Cleveland to Chicago and proved herself to be a very fast sailor, and worked to a charm. Her cabins are finished in steamboat style, airy, light and roomy, with large berths, and everything to render a passage on her comfortable and pleasant. She is commanded by Capt. Turner, a skillful and accommodating officer. Her dimension are 107 ft. keel, 107 1/2 ft. deck, 24 1/2 ft. beam, 9 ft. 5 inch hold; burthen 230 tons.
Daily National Pilot, Buffalo
Saturday, June 14, 1845
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