The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Sat., May 22, 1880

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Navigation and Other News at Pultneyville.

Pultneyville, Wayne county, May 21. - In this place where the inhabitants all turn out to see a vessel come in, there is very little news to interest the outside world. I gave my paper of the 19th to Capt. Throop, who is very acquainted with Mr. Bronson and was interested in the notice of his 97th birthday.

On the 16th the schooner R.& J. Collier arrived here from Fair Haven with coal and sailed today with 500 bushels of potatoes for Picton; on the 19th arrived the schooner Lillian from Sodus Point, light, and the schooner Fred. L. Wells with lumber from Port Hope. This is the Wells's second trip here this spring. Today the schooner Octavia came in with cedar posts from Colborne. The schooner Billow is getting on nicely and will be ready for sea by the middle of June. Capt. Throop is hauling out his steam yacht, the Magic, and is going to lengthen her bows 9 feet, cutwater style.

H.A. L.

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Richard Palmer
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Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Sat., May 22, 1880