The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 10 Dec, 1871

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Port of Detroit, Dec 10

VESSEL SALES. - The more important transfers of floating stock may be summed up as follows, those of lesser grades having been passed over:

Scow American Champion, C. H. Casey to R. H. White, one-half interest$3,000
Ferry Detroit, W. P. Campbell to George King, one-quarter interest $3,500
Prop Mystic, J. P. Hodges to J. M. Jones, one-quarter interest$4,000
Schr Cambridge, Campbell, Owen & Co. to John Hosmer, one-half interest$14,000
Same vessel, other half, same firm to H. G. Winslow$14,000
Schr Star of Hope, G. W. Wolverton to Trowbridge, Wilcox & Allen$10,000
Tug L. L. Lyon, J. Greusel to Elizabeth D. Demass, two third interest$8,000
Schr St. Peter, P. L. Oxford to J. R. Scott$4,000
Barge J. F. Warren, J. Nicholson to R. J. & H. Hackett$7,000
Prop Gen. H. E. Paine, Case & Knapp to F. W. Kirby & Co.$29,500
Prop Van Raalte, to Case & Knapp$10,500
Steam barge M. Groh, Thomas Manning to Brown & Kennedy, one-third interest$7,000
Bark Massilon, R. K. & H. J. Winslow to Palmer & Murphy$9,000
Schr Eliza Gerlach, J. Blaisdell to John Gerlach, one-half interest$9,000
Scow-schr E. Lighton, Thomas K. Whitman to W. G. & R. Wilds$6,500
Schr Waucoma, Joseph Carey to Alia B. Norris, Milwaukee, three-eighths interest$4,785
Bark A. P. Nichols, Homer Glass to T. Fostensin, Milwaukee, one-half interest$6,000
Stmr City of Toledo, W. A. Moore to Engleman Trans. Co.$35,000
Barge Ottawa, Goodrich & Co. to R. J. & H. Hackett$6,000
Tug Challenge, George P. Fletcher to Wright & Strahan$5,500
Prop Lake Breeze, Phillips & Jones to Lake Shore Line$16,000
Barge J. Ritchie, E. Smith to N. W. T. Co.$8,000
Tug Eclipse, Eliza E. Dibble to J. B. Scott, Detroit$8,000
Barge Mears, C. Mears to R. Prindiville, Chicago$17,500
Schr M. Slausson, J. R. Slausson to W. D. Slausson, three-fourths interest$15,000
Prop Alleghany, Chicago parties to Cash & Smith, Algonac$10,000
Tug Hercules, Capt. King to Edwin Park, Bay City, one-half interest$8,400
Prop Dunkirk, J. Keldeerhouse to James Johnson and others, Bay City$12,000
Tug Anna P. Dorr, to Erie parties$10,500
Tug Isaac Newton, Wilcox Brothers to Talbot & Richardson, Toledo$5,000
Schr George Goble, P. Lynch to Charles H. Meyer, Oswego$15,000
Prop Benton, Lake Shore Co. to Capt. McGerger and others$24,000
Barge City, Jerry Green to Powell & King, Bay City$6,500
Bark Bridgewater, admiralty sale at Buffalo to G. L. Newman$17,230
Prop Evergreen City, Union Steamboat Company to Loud, Priest & Gay$12,000
Tug Protection, to parties in Mobile$5,500
Prop Missouri, Union Steamboat Company to Abernethy & Co.$12,000
Schr J. E. Gilmore, Thomas S. Mott to Clark & Williams, Oswego$17,000
Tug Coleman, Capt. Easton to Canadian parties$10,000
Schr Newsboy, auction sale at Buffalo to Frank Lee, subject to him$9,200
Bark C. H. Nims, Donaldson & Co., purchasers at Buffalo.$21,100
Schr Eleanor, Wm. Harting to G. H. Van Etten, Bay City$4,000

The names of the parties to the following sales, all of which sales transpired at Chicago, were not published:

Schr Anglo Saxon$14,000
Schr W. B. Allen$16,350
Schr Atlanta$10,575
Schr E. B. Allen$15,000
Bark Butcher Boy, three-eighths interest$4,000
Bark Breden$15,000
Bark E. R. Blake, one-half interest$7,500
Bark Cossack$18,000
Brig Commerce$11,000
Brig Great West No. 2$7,000
Brig S. F. Gale$6,000
Brig Thomas Kingsford$8,500
Brig C. A. King$16,000
Brig Melvina$13,000
Brig Thomas S. Mott$17,000
Brig Prince Alfred$16,000
Brig Topsey$10,750
Brig Ellen Williams$10,000

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Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 10 Dec, 1871