The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Erie and Ontario (Schooner), 21 May 1831


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We inadvertently omitted in our last, to notice the launch, at this place, of a fine schooner of about 50 tons burthen, named the ERIE & ONTARIO, which took place on Saturday the 14th instant, from Capt. Armington's ship yard into the canal, at the foot of the village. She went off in admirable style, and is altogether, a vessel of superior model and workmanship. A company of enterprising individuals of St. Catharines and vicinity, are the owners, whose principal object is, the carrying trade from the extemity of one lake to that of the other, through the Welland Canal.
      St. Catharines Farmers Journal & Welland Canal Intelligencer
      May 25, 1831, Page 3


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Newspaper
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launch St. Catharines
Date of Original:
1831
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McN.E.9345
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Erie and Ontario (Schooner), 21 May 1831