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Conqueror *2 (Propeller), sunk, 1 Nov 1883

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The wrecking Tug CONQUEROR struck the same rock as the propeller ONEIDA, near Rock Island Light, Thousand Island Park and sunk. She ran on the shoal last spring and had only a short time ago been raised and repaired at large costs. - Cape Vincent Report.
      Marine Record
      Nov .8, 1883

Captain John Donnelly has just completed one of the quickest and best wrecking jobs on record. He contracted to deliver the sunken steamer CONQUEROR at Kingston for $4,500, and on Thursday morning left with the HASTINGS and two pumps to do the job. After working at her forty-eight hours she was floated, and yesterday morning she arrived at Garden Island. Her bottom is badly damaged. Some time ago Captain Merriman contracted to raise her for $4,500. He worked at her fourteen days and spent $1,500 and succeeded in getting her near the surface, but through some means or another, she went down again, and he abandoned the work. - Kingston Report
      Marine Record
      Dec. 13, 1883

      Capt. John Donnelly of Kingston has succeeded and raised the sunken wrecking steamer CONQUEROR and towed her to Garden Island Monday.
      Port Huron Daily Times
      Thursday, December 13, 1883

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William R. McNeil
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Conqueror *2 (Propeller), sunk, 1 Nov 1883