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Vincinnes (Schooner), 1 Apr 1846

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The VINCENNES, a fine schooner of 190 tons, built and sailed by Capt. A. Root, is out this spring from Charleston, and a steamboat of 800 tons, building there by the Messrs Jones, will be launched in June.------Cleveland herald, May 1.
      Daily National Pilot, Buffalo
      Mon. Morning, May 4, 1846 p.3

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LAKE INTELLIGENCE -- New Vessels:- A portion of the fleet of new vessels are finding their way into port laden with the produce of the west. Among others we notice the schooner VINCENNES, owned by Messrs P. Durfee & Co. and Capt. Root, who sails her. The schooner C.Y. RICHMOND, a vessel of some 300 tons, is just in, laden to her capacity,with produce. She is a splendid craft, and owned by the Richmonds at Racine, and Dean Richmonc Esq. of this city. The Brig ELLEN PARKER, from Chicago, a noble craft is also in port. She is an ornament to the fleet of the lakes, and wil] prove a valuable acquisition in the carrying business of our Inland Seas
      Morning Express, Buffalo
      Tuesday, May 12, 1846

Schooner VINCENNES, built at Huron during 1846 at a cost of $7,800. She is of 185.30 tons.
      List of vessels built on Lake Erie during 1846
      Cleveland Weekly Herald
      Wednesday, January 13, 1847

      Marine Intelligence - MILAN FLEET.
      1. - PURITAN
      2. - PILGRIM, built by Ruggles
      3 - EXCELSIOR, built by Ruggles
      4 - DAWN, built by Lyons
      5 - MONSOON - built by Lyons
      6 - SKINNER
      7 - SEA GULL
      8 - VINCINNES
      9 - LUTHER WRIGHT, three masts
      Buffalo Express
      April 27, 1847

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Vincinnes (Schooner), 1 Apr 1846