The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Son & Heir (Schooner), 1 May 1856


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Two schooners were launched from Oakville last week. One, called the SON & HEIR, built by Mr. Simpson, is of the following dimensions: - Length of keel, 115 feet; beam 26 feet; depth of hold, 9 feet; tonnage (carpenter's measure) 200 1/8 tons. She is said to be the best furnished vessel that ever left Oakville harbour. She is owned by J.G. Worts, Esq., of this city, and commanded by Capt. Middleton.
      The other vessel was named the BELLE of HAMILTON, owned by Capt. Malcolmson of that city. Her capacity is about 7,000 bushels of wheat.
      the Daily Globe, Toronto
      May 27, 1857

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launch
Date of Original:
1856
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McN.E.3885
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Son & Heir (Schooner), 1 May 1856