The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Oct 29, 1858


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Admiralty Notice
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ONE ANCHOR AND CHAIN - District Court of the United States for the district of Michigan as: In Admiralty. Whereas, a libel has been filed in said Court on October 16, 1858, against an anchor and about ten fathoms of chain attached thereto, now lying on Edmond's and North's dock, at Detroit, by Moses Denayer and Oliver Denayer, charterers of the brig Trenton, claiming that while said brig was on a voyage on Lake Huron, on October 10, 1858, they discovered said anchor and chain sunken in mid lake, and that said libellants, with the aid of hands and passengers on said brig, and with great labor and exertion, salved the same and brought it to Detroit, and praying that said Court will allow them reasonable salvage compensation therefor. Therefore, by virtue of process issued out of and under seal of said Court, to me directed and delivered, I have seized and have now in my custody said anchor and chain; and I do thereby cite the owners and claimants of said anchor and chain, and all others having interest therein, to appear in said Court at the Young Men's Society Hall, in Detroit, Mich., on the first Monday of November, 1858, at 10 o'clock, A.M., if that be a day of jurisdiction; if not, on the next day of jurisdiction thereafter, then and there to answer said libel, and to make their allegations in that behalf.

JOHN S. BAGG, U. S. Marshal.
MOORE & BLACKMAR, Libellant's Proctors.

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SCHOONER ONEIDA CHIEF - District Court of the United States for the district of Michigan as: In Admiralty. Whereas, a libel has been filed in said Court on October 4th, 1858, against the schooner Oneida Chief, her boats, tackle, apparel and furniture by Gordon Campbell and Jacob L. Woolverton, of Detroit, Michigan, and claiming that there is due to them for repairs performed on and materials furnished to said schooner in Detroit, in October and November, 1858, at her master's request, a balance of about four hundred and four dollars and eighty-four cents, and whereas Morrie Burnett has, on October 13, 1858, intervened under said libel against said schooner, claiming for towing said schooner with the tug Hamilton Morton, from Lake Erie to Detroit on October 2, 1858, about twelve dollars, payment of which sums, it is alleged, hath been demanded and refused, therefore, by virtue of process issued out of and under seal of said Court, to me directed and delivered, I have seized and have now in my custody said schooner, her boats, &c.; and I do thereby cite the master, owners and claimants of said schooner, and all others having interest therein, to appear in said Court at the Young Men's Society Hall, in Detroit, Mich., on the first Monday of November, 1858, at 10 o'clock, A.M., if that be a day of jurisdiction; if not, on the next day of jurisdiction thereafter, then and there to answer said libel, and to make their allegations in that behalf.

JOHN S. BAGG, U. S. Marshal.
D. B. DUFFIELD, Libellant's Proctors.


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Date of Original:
Oct 29, 1858
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GLN.5507
Language of Item:
English
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Dave Swayze
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Oct 29, 1858