The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Contractor (Sloop), 27 Sep 1803


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The Little Argo and Sloop Contract Detroit

Pioneer Society of Michigan VOL 11

Transcribed by Midge Judith Smith



      CERTIFICATE OF CLEARANCE OF THE SLOOP "CONTRACTOR"
      District of Michilimackinac, Port of Michilimackinacs
These are to Certify all whom it may or doth Concern that Wm. Lee, Master of the Sloop Contractor, American Bottom, Berthen Sixty three, 50 - 95 tons. Navigated by five men, and bound for Detroit, having on board the following Cargo, viz: -
      Twenty-six Empty Barrels
      One Bundle Bufflow Robes
      One Barrel Sugar (M. Dequandre)
      Two Mocucks Sugar & one Feather Bed, (W. Wilmot)
      Together with Nine Passengers, their baggage and the necessary Sea Stores for the Voyage - Hath her entered and Cleared out his said Vessels as the Law directs.

Given under my hand & Seal of Office at the Custom House this 27th day of Sept., A.D. 1803 & in the thirtieth Year of Independence of the United States of America.
      FOR DAVID DUNCAN, Collector
      DAN DALY, Dept. of Coll'r


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Newspaper
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Custom entry
Date of Original:
1803
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Local identifier:
McN.E.10488
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Contractor (Sloop), 27 Sep 1803