The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
New Brunswick (Schooner), 1847

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New Era in Navigation - On the 20th ult., the 3-masted schooner New Brunswick, anchored outside Chicago harbour, loaded with 18,000 bushels of wheat, with which she had cleared for Liverpool. She goes by way of the Welland Canal and St. Lawrence This is the 1st clearance of the kind ever made from the inland waters of the Great Lakes for an European port, and constitutes a new era in the history of navigation. [Montreal Herald]
      British Whig (Kingston)
      June 4, 1847 p.3

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DIRECT FOR EUROPE. -- We have lying in our stream the large three masted vessel NEW BRUNSWICK loaded with wheat durect for Liverpool via the St, Lawrence, The NEW BRUNSWICK cleared from Goderich and has on board it is said 21,000 bushels.
      Cleveland Weekly Herald
      Wednesday, June 23, 1847

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NOTE: The NEW BRUNSWICK did not go to Europe in 1847


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New Brunswick (Schooner), 1847