The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Ogdensburg Journal (Ogdensburg, NY), 25 Sep 1858

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Oswego, Sept. 18.

The schooner Albion bound for this port and owned by Doolittle, Irwin & Wright, is supposed to have been lost with all on board on the great gale of the 7th. She left Cleveland for the Welland Canal on that day, and is said to have gone down off Erie, Pa. Insured in North Western Company.

The tug boat W. H. Blooer exploded her boiler early this morning outside of the harbor, scalding the cook so that he will not probably recover, and badly burning the captain and one or two deck hands.

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25 Sep 1858
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  • Pennsylvania, United States
    Latitude: 42.1822323136142 Longitude: -80.075569152832
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Ogdensburg Journal (Ogdensburg, NY), 25 Sep 1858