The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
C. Reeve (Schooner), 24 Jun 1858

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      Still another vessel for Liverpool: - We learn that the Schooner C. REEVE of this port, is expected here this morning from Toledo where she has taken on a partial load of black walnut lumber and that she will complete her cargo with the same kind of lumber at this port, and then sail direct for Liverpool. She is expected to be ready to sail by Saturday or Sunday. Her owner, Wm. H. Goodenow, Esq. of this city, goes out with her. The C. REEVE is a staunch built fore-and-after, a good sailer and registers 280 tons. Success to her and her enterprising owner.
      Detroit Daily Advertiser
      June 24, 1858

      For Liverpool: - The Schooner C. REEVE has finally completed her cargo and took out for her clearance yesterday for Liverpool, direct. She has on board 112,000 feet black walnut lumber, and 6,000 West India staves. Both vessel and Fargo are owned in this city by Wm. H. Goodenow, Esq. who goes out to Liverpool with her. He will join her at Quebec.
      Detroit Daily Advertiser
      June 30, 1858

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C. Reeve (Schooner), 24 Jun 1858