The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Andrew Stevens (Schooner), 19 May 1857


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ANOTHER VESSEL FOR ENGLAND. -- We learn from the Hamilton Spectator, that the schooner ANDREW STEVENS, built in Hamilton about two years since, is now on her way to Chicago to take in a general cargo for England. She is of 375 tons register, and will carry about 456 tons. She is a fast sailer, an excellent sea boat, and is said to be even more strongly built than the DEAN RICHMOND. -- Detroit Advertiser.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Tuesday, May 19, 1857

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FOR LIVERPOOL. -- The schooner ANDREW STEVENS, which we noticed a day or two since as on her way to Chicago to take in a cargo for Liverpool, is advertised to sail from Chicago, Wednesday. She is the first vessel of a permanent line betweel that port and Great Britain. -- Detroit Advertiser, 23rd.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Tuesday, May 26, 1857


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trip to England ?
Date of Original:
1857
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McN.E.7214
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Andrew Stevens (Schooner), 19 May 1857