The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Western Miller (Propeller), 1 Dec 1847

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Propeller WESTERN MILLER launched at Toronto Wednesday December 1st. 1847, of 4,000 barrels capacity. Her engines were made at the Niagara Dock Co.'s foundry. Vessel owned by Gooderham & Worts and B. Thorne & Co. Her length is 132 feet. (condensed notes)
      Toronto Globe
      December 4, 1847

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      NEW BRITISH PROPELLER. - The " WESTERN MILLER," a new propeller for the Western and Montreal trade, was launched at Toronto last week.
      Length of keel, 132 feet
      Breadth of beam, 25 feet 8 inches.
      Depth of hold, 10 feet 6 inches in the clear.
      Entire length over all, 136 feet. - Detroit Free Press, Dec. 24th.
      Buffalo Republic
      Wednesday, December 29, 1847

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      Steamer WESTERN MILLER, owned mainly by Goderham & Worts has two high
pressure engines, each of nearly 100 horse power. (condensed notes)
      Toronto Globe
      May 10, 1848

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Western Miller (Propeller), 1 Dec 1847