The schooner Two Brothers, Capt. Stevenson, sailed from Pultneyville for this port, on Tuesday the 12th inst., laden with wheat and apples. Since then nothing has been heard of her. On Sunday a barrel of apples, the captain's hat and the tiller were picked up ashore near the Nine Mile Point, and fears are entertained that she was lost during the severe gale on Tuesday night.
Wednesday, November 20, 1833
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On the morning of the 12th inst. the schr. Three Brothers, Capt. Stevenson, sailed from Pultneyville, freighted with wheat and supplies and cider, bound for Oswego, and is supposed to have been wrecked between 10 and 12 o'clock on the same day - nothing definite having been heard since, from the vessel or crew. The persons supposed to be lost are John Stevenson of Williamson, (captain),) Cephas Field, of Sodus and Wm. Bastian of Mexico, Oswego co. (crew,) and Amos Gloyed, of French Creek, Jefferson Co. (passenger.) The wheat, about 700 bushels, belonged to Messrs. Taylor & Co. of Oswego. The vessel was owned by Messrs. A. & B. Todd, of Pultneyville, and Capt. Stevenson. - Palmyra Sentinel.
Oswego Free Press
December 4, 1833