Shillelah (Schooner), 30 Mar 1852
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SHIPBUILDING. - The Commercial of last evening states that it has been furnished with the following memoranda of vessels and their dimensions, now building and being finished by the Messrs. Jones' at their ship yard in this city, by their obliging book-keeper, Mr. Wm. K. Cutler. -
For C, Emerson, of Saginaw, schooner SHILLEIAH, 130 ft. keel; 24 ft. beam; 8 ft. hold.
"The Schooner SHILLEIAH will be engaged in the lumber trade between here and Saginaw. She is flat-bottomed, has two centre-board, and is well calculated for the business. Capt. Geo. W. Wolverton is now fitting her rigging, and will sail her. (part of article)
Buffalo Daily Courier
Tuesday, March 30, 1852
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- William R. McNeil
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