Philadelphia (Propeller), 11 Apr 1868
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The new iron steamer built in this city by Mr. David Bell for
Messrs. J.C. & E.T. Evans conceded to be one of the finest of her
class ever put afloat, has been christened the PHILADELPHIA.
This is a high compliment to the Quaker City, and we should'nt be
surprised if called upon to chronicle the fact that the municipal
authorities of the ancient borough, or some other body having the
honor and dignity of the place at heart, had sent an outfit of
colors for the noble ship.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
April 11, 1868 3-1
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- new vessel Buffalo
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- William R. McNeil
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