The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Portsmouth (Propeller), 9 Nov 1855


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      Marine Intelligence. Port of Cleveland. Propeller PORTSMOUTH unheard from. Captain Evans, of the steamer MAY QUEEN states that the Propeller PORTSMOUTH left Detroit on Saturday the 3rd with a cargo of flour for Dunkirk, and had not yet arrived there nor had been heard from as of evening of the 8th. It is feared she is lost.
      Cleveland Morning Leader
      November 9, 1855

NOTE: Prop. PORTSMOUTH noted in port entrances/clearances on later dates.


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Newspaper
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feared lost but safe
Date of Original:
1855
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McN.E.7945
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Portsmouth (Propeller), 9 Nov 1855