The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Theodore Perry (Schooner), 14 Apr 1857


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Advt. S C H O O N E R S F O R S A L E
The Well Built schooners GERRIT SMITH and THEODORE PERRY are offered for sale on liberal terms. The GERRIT SMITH is 352 tons measurement, carries 14,000 bushels wheat - is now lying opposite the New York Central Railroad Depot. - The THEODORE PERRY is 370 tons, carries 15,000 bushels wheat - is now lying at the port of Oswego.
The above vessels were built here by Bidwell & Bants, and came out in the summer of 1855; are well found and in good condition, and ready for sea. For particulars enquire of Capt. E.P. Dorr, no 11 Merchants' Exchange, Buffalo.
      Buffalo, April 14, 1857
      Buffalo Daily Republic
      Tuesday, April 21, 1857

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for sale
Date of Original:
1857
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McN.E.3334
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Theodore Perry (Schooner), 14 Apr 1857