The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), May 11, 1831

Full Text

Schr. Eagle, Capt Eagleston, from Sacketts Harbour.
Schr. Hunter, Capt Bush, from Chaumont Bay.
Schr. Emily, Capt Howard, from Ogdensburgh, passengers.
Schr. Mary Ann, Capt. Stowel, from Ogdensburgh, pass.
Schr. Caroline, Capt. Tyler, from Ogdensburgh, passengers.
Schr. Three Brothers, Capt. Smith, from St. Lawrence.
Schr. Niagara, Capt King, from St. Lawrence.
Schr. Lady Robins, Capt. Warner, from Kingston, pass.
Schr. Phoenix, Capt. Haskins, from Chaumont Bay, lumber.
Schr. Monroe, Capt. Burgess, from Bay Quinti [sic], cedar
Schr. John McGill, Capt Kempt, from Prescott, passengers
Schr. George & Ann, Capt. Church, from South Bay, cedar.
Schr. Commerce, Capt. Christian, from Niagara, wheat.
Schr. Brandywine, Capt. Perry, from Bay Quinti [sic],cedar.
Schr. Winnebago, Capt. Ripson, from Genesee.
Schr. Eclipse, Capt Perry, from Kingston, passengers.
Schr. De Witt Clinton, Capt Booth, from Pultneyville, wheat.
Schr. Woolsey, Capt. Wescott, from South Bay,cedar.
Schr. Erie, Capt. Dorchester. from Niagara.


Schr. New York, Capt. Eno, for York, pass. and merch.
Schr. George, Capt Colwell, for York, pass. and merch.
Schr. Lady Robins. Capt Warner, for Kingston, passengers.
Schr. Ontario, Capt Reed, for Sacketts Harbour, merch.
Steam-boat Ontario, Capt. Miller, for Ogdensburgh, pass.
Schr. Phoenix, Capt. Haskins, for Chaumont Bay.
Schr. Brandywine, Capt. Perry, for South Bay.
Schr. Three Brothers, Capt. Smith, for Pultneyville.
Schr. Eagle, Capt Eagleston,for Sacketts Harbour.
Schr. Monroe, Capt. Burgess, for Sacketts Harbour, merch.
Schr. Caroline, Capt Tylor, for Sacketts Harbour, merch.
Schr. John McGill, Capt. Kempt, for York, merch.
Schr. Hunter, Capt. Bush, from Chaumont Bay.

Shipwreck.- We learn that during the gale on Monday last, the Schooner Monroe, Capt. Host, belonging to the house of J.T. Trowbridge & Co. of this village, on her passage from the Genesee River to this port, was driven on shore near Sodus, and so completely wrecked, that it is considered doubtful whether she can be refitted-Palladium.

Media Type:
Item Type:
Date of Original:
May 11, 1831
Local identifier:
Language of Item:
Dave Gilchrist
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
Maritime History of the Great Lakes
WWW address
Powered by / Alimenté par VITA Toolkit

My favourites lets you save items you like, tag them and group them into collections for your own personal use. Viewing "My favourites" will open in a new tab. Login here or start a My favourites account.

Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), May 11, 1831