The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Howell Hoppock (Schooner), 1 Mar 1864

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LIVERPOOL TRADE.-- The schooner HOWELL HOPPOCK, commanded by Capt. D. N. Tucker, sailed for Liverpool during the latter part of last season, vis the St. Lawrence, laden with a cargo of copper and stores. The HOPPOCK made the run from Quebec to Liverpool in 30 days, encountering on the passage severe gales, sweeping away her deck boards entirely and splitting a considerable portion of her canvas. She is now at Holly-Head loading for New York. Capt. Tucker has returned to take command of the THERMUTIS, a new bark that we noticed yesterday, that is being built at Cleveland.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      March 29, 1864

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THE ETOWAH HEAR FROM. -- The ETOWAH, ( formerly the HOWELL HOPPOCK) of Cunningham, Shaw & Co.'s Line, which has been out from Liverpool for a long time without being heard from, has arrived at New York. She lost her foremast after taking the American pilot on board, having encountered a severe gale, and was driven ouit to sea again. We have no further partuiculars.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      April 25, 1864

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Howell Hoppock (Schooner), 1 Mar 1864