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Prudence (Schooner), aground, 5 Oct 1825


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One of the severest gales we have experienced this season, commenced on Saturday night last, and continued with unabated violence until Tuesday morning. At the commencement, the schooners NEPTUNE, PRUDENCE, and MERCATOR, of this port, and the WILLIAM of Buffalo, were lying at anchor off the harbor, all of which were driven on the beach, by the violence of the wind and waves. We do not learn that any of them are materially injured, except the WILLIAM. Some of her planks were stove in, and the hull otherwise damaged.
      The schr. PHOEBE, of Fairport, was driven ashore near the mouth of Grand River, and the schr. JOHN Q. ADAMS, belonging to Mr. N. H. Merwin, of this village, was beached near the light-house, at Buffalo. The steam boat PIONEER, of Black Rock, was driven ashore at Grand River, and sustained some injury, and will probably be laid up for the remainder of the season. The passengers speak in the highest terms of the coolness ot the master, Capt. Pease, and of his judicious managment during the perilous raging of the hurricane.
      Cleveland Weekly Herald
      Friday, October 21, 1825
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DISASTERS BY THE GALE. -- The late gale has been very destructive to the shipping on Lake Erie. Four schooners have been driven ashore, and some of them much damaged, at Cleveland. -- These are the NEPTUNE, PRUDENCE, WILLIAM, and MERCATOR. A small vessel has been driven ashore at Grand River, and the JOHN Q. ADAMS at Buffalo light-house point.
      Detroit Gazette
      October 25, 1825

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      One of the severest gales we have encountered this season, commenced on Saturday night last, and continued with unabated violence until Tuesday morning. At its commencement, the schooners NEPTUNE, PRUDENCE, and MERCATOR, of this port, and the WILLIAM of Buffalo, were lying at anchor off the harbor, all of which were driven on the beach, by the violence of the wind and waves. We do not learn that any of them are materially injured, except the WILLIAM. Some of her planks were stove in, and the hull otherwise damaged.
      The schr. PHOEBE, of Fairport, was driven ashore near the mouth of Gran River, and the schr. JOHN Q. ADAMS, belonging to Mr. N. H. Merwin, of this village, was beached near the light-house, at Buffalo. The steam boat PIONEER, of Black Rock, was driven ashore at Grand River, and sustained some injury, and will probably be laid up for the remainder of the season. The passengers speak in the highest terms of the coolness ot the master, Capt. Pease, and of his judicious managment during the perilous raging of the hurricane.
      Erie Gazette
      October 27, 1825

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      We learn from Capt. Ransom, of the YOUNG AMARANTH, who rode out the severe
gale of Saturday last off Black River, that the stm. PIONEER and schr. PHOEBE are badly ashore at Grand River. The schrs. MERCATOR, NEPTUNE, PRUDENCE and WILLIAM are ashore at Cleveland and had not been heard of when he left; the MINERVA slipped her cable and had returned to Cleveland.
      Buffalo Emporium
      October 22, 1825


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Reason: aground
Lives: nil
Remarks: Got off
Date of Original:
1825
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Local identifier:
McN.W.11976
Language of Item:
English
  • Ohio, United States
    Latitude: 41.4995 Longitude: -81.69541
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Prudence (Schooner), aground, 5 Oct 1825