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St. Mary (Schooner), 15 May 1848


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SCHOONER St.MARY. - This is the name of a schooner launched at Perrysburgh, on Monday of last week. The Reveille says she was built by Messrs. Purvis & Jennison of that place, for Messrs. F.F. & J. Hollister, under the direction of Capt. Chas. G. Keeler, who is to command her. Her dimensions are as follows:- Length 114 feet; breadth 25 feet; depth 10 feet and 230 tons burthen, and cost about $12,000.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      Thursday evening, May 25, 1848

     
      Schooner St. MARY. -- This is the name of a schooner launched at Perrysburg on Monday of last week. The Raveille says she was built by Messrs. Pervis & Jennison
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Friday, May 26, 1848
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      A new vessel, of about 260 tons, called the 'St.MARYS.' built at Perrysburg this spring for the Messrs. Hollisters, of this city, made her first appearance here on Saturday morning. She is under the command of Capt. Charles G. Keeler.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Monday, August 14, 1848

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      Two schooner were built at the same time at Perrysburgh, which is in the Miami District. They are called the St. MARYS and DEFIANCE. The tonnage of each is 253 tons. The steamboat JOHN HOLLISTER, which runs daily between Toledo and Detroit, was built at the same time and place. She is a sprightly little water nymph.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      Monday, October 17, 1848


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launch
Date of Original:
1848
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McN.E.4120
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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St. Mary (Schooner), 15 May 1848