Babineau & Gaudry (Schooner), C50717, 1 Oct 1876
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FATE WAS AGAINST HIM:-- It was the Canadian schooner BABINEAU & GAUDRY, laden with coal oil to Europe, which ran on a shoal in the St. Lawrence River, above Alexandria, on Wednesday, and sunk. On coming ashore, the captain was arrested as a foreign debtor, on complaint of H.W. Green, of Oswego, for $400 for canvas furnished to the vessel last year, and he now languishes in a Yankee jail at Watertown, N. Y.
October 6, 1876
Schooner BABINEAU & GOUDRY (C) of 150 tons. Built Three Rivers, June 1866. Owned by W. Patterson. Home port, Quebec. Valued at $3,000 Class, B 1. REMARKS. - Treenailed. Tramarac frame & ceiling.
Board of lake Underwriters
Lake Vessel Register, 1877
Schooner BABINEAU & GAUDRY. Official canada No. 50717. Of 156 tons register. Built at Gondines, Quebec in 1864. Home port, Quebec, Que. 95.5 x 23.5 x 9.8 Owned by H. Ives, of Windsor, Ont.
List of Vessels on the Registry Books of the
Dominion of Canada on december 31, 1886
NOTE:-- the BABINEAU was obviously too small to cross the Atlantic in October, her cargo for Europe, would likely only be carried to Quebec ??
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- William R. McNeil
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