Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Thur. Oct. 31, 1856
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The Schooner Dean Richmond, with a full cargo of wheat from Chicago and Milwaukee for Liverpool, passed Detroit Sunday last.
The new schooner built at Jas. A. Baker's yard by James Navagh, is to be launched this afternoon. This vessel is a complete model of beauty and strength and I feel warranted in saying that she will rank with the best sailing crafts upon the lakes. She is built of oak is well fastened, and is a fast sailer she is not expected to be excelled. She has excellent spars, and her rigging throughout is well fitted up.- This is the third vessel built by Mr. Navagh at this yard all of which are pronounced to be first class by the best of judges.
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- Thur. Oct. 31, 1856
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- Richard Palmer
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