The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Globe (Toronto, ON), April 22, 1869, page 4

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New Vessel - At Zealand's dock, Hamilton, a large three-masted fore- and-after is approaching completion. She is 117 feet keel, 26 feet in beam and her depth of hold is 10 feet 6 in. She is being built out of well seasoned second-growth oak; will be wire-rigged; and have the latest improvements in steering apparatus. She will be a splendid vessel, and a credit to her builder, A.M. Robertson, who has already had a number of applications from purchasers.

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This was the schooner Agnes Hope , launched, not without difficulty on 18 Aug. 1869.
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April 22, 1869
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Peter Warwick
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Globe (Toronto, ON), April 22, 1869, page 4