Northumberland (Steamboat), sunk, 1 Apr 1836
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The steam boat NORTHUMBERLAND, is now lying on her beam ends, near the Landing
Place, at Sully, Rice Lake. This is unfortunate, as it will take some time to get her in trim, and the Black Country roads offer no very inviting advantages, in lieu of the means of transport thus suspended.
Wednesday, April 27, 1836
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The steam boat NORTHUMBERLAND, which was swamped at Peterborough (not at Sully
as we erroneously reported) is likely to be raised very soon, and put in order, to resume her regular trips, between that place and Rice lake.
Wednesday, May 25, 1836
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes