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Lady of the Lake (Schooner), aground, 1 Aug 1815


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The schooner LADY OF THE LAKE, went ashore near Cleveland, a few days since in a gale, and got considerably injured. She had on board a quantity of goods of Messrs. Plum, late of this village, which we are told are much damaged.
      Buffalo Gazette & Niagara Intelligencer
      Tuesday, August 15th. 1815

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the following merchant vessels have been built on the south shore of Lake Erie the present season---burthen 35 to 100 tons; viz
Schooner LADY OF THE LAKE, Hanchett, Cleveland
      " PILOT, Johnson, Cleveland
      " EXPERIMENT, Lovejoy, Buffalo
      " VERMILLION, Austin, Vermillion River
      " CHAMPION, Scott, Grand River
      " DILIGENCE, Perry, Erie
      Buffalo Gazette & Niagara Intelligencer
      Tuesday, July 19, 1814 [ part of article ]

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The schooner LADY OF THE LAKE, owned by E. Hanchett, Esq., of Cleveland, which recently went ashore at the mouth of the Cayahoga River, has been condemmed as unfit for repairing, and is about to be rebuilt on an improved plan
      Buffalo Gazette & Niagara Intelligencer
      Tuesday, September 12 th. 1815


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Reason: aground
Freight: merchandise
Remarks: Rebuilt
Date of Original:
1815
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Local identifier:
McN.W.12072
Language of Item:
English
  • Ohio, United States
    Latitude: 41.4995 Longitude: -81.69541
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Lady of the Lake (Schooner), aground, 1 Aug 1815