The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Thur. Oct. 31, 1856

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Marine News.

The Schooner Dean Richmond, with a full cargo of wheat from Chicago and Milwaukee for Liverpool, passed Detroit Sunday last.

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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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Richard Palmer
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Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Thur. Oct. 31, 1856