The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 14 Dec 1853


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MARINE INTELLIGENCE

VESSELS IN PORT. - The following is a complete list of the vessels in port yesterday. Two or three of them have not taken down their sails, and their captains are talking of trying a short trip for a load of lumber, the others are all laid up for the winter, or are at the dry docks undergoing repairs, except the propeller Westmoreland, which is loading with corn for Buffalo:

STEAMERS.
E.K. CollinsTraveler
PacificFashion
PROPELLERS.
WisconsinBuffalo
PocahontasMilwaukee
NileLady of the Lake
PacificWestmoreland
BARQUES.
NormanE.B. Morgan
Water WitchTrade Wind
Mary StocktonUtica
BRIGS.
A. MitchellFanny Gardner
MechanicSandusky
Rob't HollisterSusan A. Clark
OrleansBuffalo
OntarioC.I. Hutchinson
CumberlandMinnesota
EnterpriseEllen Parker
CarolineBelle
Odd FellowF. C. Clark
St. LouisChamplain
J. Y. ScammonD. Smart
WabashCherokee
S. C. WalbridgeL. A. Blossom
MaryNorthampton
SCHOONERS
ReindeerSeventy-Six
Henry NortonJ. E. Sutherland
D. R. HoltLavance
MerchantRocky Mountain
Henry AttrillTemperance
Geo. F. FosterM. Hilliard
S. RobinsonPresident
St. ClairHonest John
AshtabulaForrester
St. MaryPhilena MIlls
ActivevOconto
E. RaydenElbe
Henry ClayC. Walker
G. R. RobertsTelegraph
John LillieJ. W. Brown
HeroMuskegon
AlnwickDexter
AmeliaPalmetto
J. S. WrightTempest
Merchant, No. 2C. Y. Richmond
PioneerBlack Petrel
PilotDenmark
WyomingFalcon
E. HendersonFlying Cloud
MelzorCol. Shepherd
Lady JaneMary Margaret
CrescentJuliana
SpeedDan Marble
Robt B CampbellMain
WarrenCharlotte
CurrentPilgrim
L. P. HilliardRanger
RoanokeFashion
Ocean WaveGem
ArcticPetrel
AndromedaAstor
RECAPITULATION
Steamers4
Propellers8
Barques6
Brigs28
Schooners82
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Total118

The total number of all kinds of crafts wintering here last season was 81, being 37 less than the number now in port. There may be a few arrivals and departures subsequent to this date, as the fine weather is very tempting. The steamers FASHION, PACIFIC and TRAVELER continue to run upon their route as regularly as the weather permits. - Chi. Dem. Press.


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Date of Original:
14 Dec 1853
Local identifier:
GLN.1820
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Dave Swayze
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 14 Dec 1853