The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Andrew Cornwall (Schooner), 27 Jul 1855


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More new Vessels. - A new vessel, the "ANDREW CORNWALL," hailing from Pultneyville, made her appearance in our harbor, a few days since. She was built by Mr. H. Doveil, at Sodus, for Capt. Edmund Todd, of Pultneyville. She is a fine, tidy craft of about the capacity of 8,000 bushels. Another new schooner is in course of construction at the same place. Mr. David Rogers is the master builder, and part owner in Connection with Capt. J. Morley, who is to sail her. Capacity, about 10,000 bushels. She will be ready to launch about the 1st of September.
      Oswego Palladium
      Friday, July 27, 1855


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new vessel, Sodus
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1855
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McN.E.9043
Language of Item:
English
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William R. McNeil
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Andrew Cornwall (Schooner), 27 Jul 1855