In the early part of next week, a beautifully modeled schooner, rising 200 tons burthen, built by Messrs. Carrick & Bidwell, for the New York & Ohio Line, Messrs. Smith, Macy & Russell, Agents; will be launched at Black Rock. She is named the TOLEDO, and as far as we can judge, is a splendid specimen of naval architecture, and well worthy of the line to which she is to be attached.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
June 18, 1836
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LAUNCH. -- The TOLEDO, a fine schooner of 225 tons burden, will be launched this day, at 11 o'clock A. M., from the ship yard or Messrs. Carrick and Bidwell at this place. Messrs. Smith, Macy & Russell, owners. We learn that the keel for another vessel of the same size is to be laid as soon as this is launched, and that a steamboat of between six and seven hundred tons burden, is to be immediately built, for the enterprizing proprietors of the TOLEDO.
Black Rock Advocate
June 23, 1836, p. 3, c. I
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The new and beautiful schooner TOLEDO, of two hundred and fifteen tons burthen, which has just been built, cleared last evening from the warehouse of Messrs. Ward and Smith, with a cargo of two thousand one hundred and thirteen barrels of flour. ----- Daily Herald, 20th.
Cleveland Weekly Advertiser
Thursday, July 21, 1836 p.3 c.3