NEW VESSELS. -- Several new vessels have arrived in port within a few days, from different ports west, where they have been constructed. We have not the names of all. The schooners BRIDGET, Capt. Lundy; the HENRY NORTON, Capt. Oliver, the INDIANA, Capt. Whitaker, and the Brig INDIANA, Capt. Burnett, are among the number. We noticed, recently, the Brig ILLINOIS, built here, by Pratt, Taylor & Co. The INDIANA, now arrived, is her twin mate; two hundred and fifteen tuns burden, completely found, in all respects, and destined for the same service -- the trade of the far west. She is a lofty and noble vessel, and her finely tapered spars tower above the fleet in port, "like the masts of some tall admiral." (part)
July 16, 1834 p. 3, c. 1
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FOR MACKINA, ST. JOSEPH, MICHIGAN CITY AND CHICAGO.
The new and splendid Schooner INDIANA, (burden 132 tuns) Capt. W. Whittaker, will sail from the wharf of the subscriber, for Mackina, St. Joseph, Michigan City and Chicago, on the 10th July, weathering permitting. For freight or passage, having good accommodations, apply to the Master on board, or to
J.L. Barton, Agent. Buffalo July 9.
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