The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Wickham's Marine List
Publication:
Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., June 25, 1817


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WICKHAM'S
Marine List.
PORT OF TROUPVILLE.

ARRIVED - June 3 - Sch. Traveller, Gates, from Ogdensburgh, 5 days. Schr. Teazer, Reed, from Ogdensburgh, ballast. Schr. Union, Enoch, from Ogdensburgh, ballast. Schr. Olive Branch, Johnson, do, ballast.
4 - Schr. Minerva, Hugunin, from Ogdensburgh, passengers.
5 - Schr. Woolsey, Rounds, from Ogdensburgh, passengers. Schr. julia, Whitney, Oswego, ballast.
5 - Schr. Betsey, Bascom, Oswego, ballast.
8 - Schr. Oswegatchie, Holmes, Ogdensburgh, passengers. Steam-Boat Ontario, Malaby, arrived about day-break and proceeded up the Lake after landing some goods and passengers.
9 - Packet Swallow, from Sackets Harbor, ballast. Schr. Northern Trader, Burrell, from Sackets Harbor, ballast. Schr. Delphin, Frazer, from Sackets Harbor, balast.
10 - Schr. Clarissa, Mapes, Ogdensburgh, ballast. Schr. Laura, Fish, Ogdensburgh, 38 passengers. Schr. Niagara, Trowbridge, Genesee river, ballast. Steam-Boat Ontario, Malaby, from Genesee river, bound down the Lake - passed by in the Offing. She has freight and about 30 passengers. Schr. Lady Washington, Katen, put in, bound up the Lake.

CLEARED - June 5 - Schr. Bull-Dog, Hollister, Ogdensburgh, flour and pot ashes. Schr. Caroline, Cowles, Ogdensburgh, flour.
8 - Schr. Betsey, Bascom, York, U.C., with sheep.
9 - Schr. Teazer, Reed, Ogdensburgh, flour. Schr. Nancy, Fairbanks, Ogdensburgh, flour.
10 - Schr. Appolonia, Allen, Ogdensburgh, flour. Schr. Woolsey, Rounds, Ogdensburgh, flour.

This afternoon the Northern Trader, on her return trip from the Bay, having on board several passengers, residents in this village and vicinity, upset in a squall, but fortunately no injury was done either to the vessel or passengers.


Media Type:
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Newspaper
Item Type:
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Date of Original:
Wed., June 25, 1817
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Local identifier:
GLN.3839
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • New York, United States
    Latitude: 43.27173 Longitude: -76.98914
Donor:
Richard Palmer
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Wickham's Marine List