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James Coleman (Schooner), 7 May 1852


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JAMES COLEMAN
FOR HALIFAX --- The schooner JAMES COLEMAN cleared on the 7th., from Dundas with 1,100 barrels of flour and 2,000 bushels
of wheat.
      Daily News, Kingston
      May 12, I852 (Wednesday)



PORT OF MONTREA L- Shipping Register Port Number- 8 of 1852
Name JAMES COLEMAN
Type Schooner
Tonnage 232·72 tons burthen
When built 1846
Where built Dundas
Builders name & date of certificate:-
Date of registration at port of Montreal:- May 21,1852
Description of vessel:-
      Length 117 feet & 2 tenths .
      Breadth 23 feet & 2 tenths
      Depth of hold 10 feet
Decks One
Masts Two
Stern Square
Bowsprit Standing
How rigged Schooner
Figurehead None
How built Carvel Framework & planking of wood
Present master Sylvester Neelon
Subscribing owners:- Sylvester Neelon of St.Catharines and James Norris also of St.Catharines, 32 shares each
      Shipping Register, Montreal
      National Archives, Canada Reel C-2466
     




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to Halifax
Date of Original:
1852
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
McN.E.11026
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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James Coleman (Schooner), 7 May 1852