Republic (Propeller), 1 Jun 1848
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Tomorrow, at 3 o'clock, P. M. they will launch from Turner's ship-yard, a propeller of the largest size, capable of bringing from Chicago 15,000 bushels of wheat, and to be named "The REPUBLIC."
Her model and finish are said to be unequalled. Her engine is one of superior workmanship of the Cuyahoga Stea, Furnace, and we bespeak for her, beauty, great business capacity, and speed. --- Plaindealer, May 31.
Buffalo Daily Courier
Friday, June 2, 1848
LAUNCH.---Yesterday afternoon, the propeller REPUBLIC was consigned to the water. The REPUBLIC was built by the Messrs. Turners for the Winslows and is a beautiful craft.
She is 462 tons burthen, 170 foot keel, 175 feet on deck, beam 25 feet, hold 11 feet. She takes in an engine at the Cuyahoga Works, and will be in readiness for the fall business. --- Cleveland Herald
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
Friday evening, June 2, 1848
Steam screw REPUBLIC. Of 460 tons. Built Cleveland, Ohio, 1848. First home ort, Cleveland, Ohio. DISPOSITION:-- Burnt at Sandusky, Ohio, October 3, 1857.
Merchant Steam Vessels of the U. S.
Lytle - Holdcamper List, 1790 to 1868
Steam screw REPUBLIC. Of 460 tons. Built Cleveland, Ohio, 1848 by S. & A. Turner. 172.7 x 24.2 x 11.2 Burned Sandusky October 1857.
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- William R. McNeil
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