New Brunswick (Schooner), broke centreboard, 1 May 1855
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Schooner NEW BRUNSWICK (B), put into Cleveland with loss of centreboard and head sails. Repaired and proceeded on voyage. Property loss $500.
Buffalo Morning Express (casualty list)
January 11, 1856
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The schooner NEW BRUNSWICK, of Hamilton, C.W. Horn, master, from Bear
Creek, bound for Kingston, came into this port in distress, night before last, with
her centreboard lost, and fore staysail and jib carried away. She will remain in
port a few days for repairs.-------Cleveland Plain dealer
The Democracy, Buffalo
Saturday, May 12, 1855
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- William R. McNeil
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