The Delos DeWolf. -- This new vessel, named after the Cashier of the City Bank, has just been launched from the new ship-yard of Lee & Lamoree, on the lake shore, about three-fourths of a mile above the light-house. She is a strong, beautiful vessel, and reflects much credit upon the builders. The length of her keel is 142 feet, breadth of beam 26 ft 1 inch, depth of hold 12 ft. 4 inches. She is owned by the enterprising house of Latham, Tozer Perry, and is to be commanded by Capt. Sam. Williams, late of the Uncle Tom. Mr. DeWolf has furnished the vessel with an excellent and appropriate library.
Oswego Times Journal
April 28, 1856
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The DELOS DEWOLF is the new vessel , named after the Cashier of the City Bank, has just been launched from the new ship yard of Lee & Lamoree, on the lake shore about 3/4 of a mile above the lighthouse. She is a strong beautiful vessel, and reflects much credit upon the builders. The length of her keel is 143 ft., breadth of beam 26 ft. 1 inch, depth of hold 12 ft. 4 inches. She is owned by the enterprising house of Latham, Tozer & Perry, and is to be commanded by Capt. Sam. Williams, late of the UNCLE TOM. Mr. DeWolf has furnished the vesssel wth an excelent library. - Oswego Times.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
May 1, 1856 2-5
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Launch. - Since Saturday a fine new fore-and-aft schooner, of the largest dimensions passing the Welland Canal, has been launched from the ship yard of Messrs. Lee & Lamoree, by whom she has been built the past winter, for Messrs. Latham, Tozer & Perry. She is called the DELOS DeWOLF, a name of great financial and political prestige in this city. Mr. DeWolf is the financial officer of the City Bank, and the hard shell delegate from
this district to the Cincinnati Convention.
He is an energetic and successful man, and generally carries his points, whether he gets into the Cincinnati Convention or not. At any rate the vessel has a good name, indicative of success, and one that will be likely to command for her enterprising owners liberal commercial accommodations. The DELOS DeWOLF was launched with spars in and sails bent, completed for loading, and appears in our harbor today with flying colors.
Oswego Times & Journal
May 28, 1856
Schooner DELOS DE WOLF. U. S. No. 6327. Of 299.26 tons gross. Home port, Oswego, N.Y.,
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1871