The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Commercial Advertiser (Oswego, NY), Aug. 5, 1872

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Viva La Jamaica- Capt. M. M. Wheeler arrived in this city Saturday morning from Detroit, where ha has been superintending the repairs of is schooner, the Jamaica. The recent accident to this vessel has not injured it in the least. She left Detroit on Friday laden with wheat the same number of bushels, (18,000) consigned to the parties here, and insured by the same underwriters every thing the same except the grain, as when over taken by the unlucky squall upon Lake Huron.

Such energy and enterprise as is exhibited by Capt. Wheeler deserves success. And will have it.

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Richard Palmer
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Commercial Advertiser (Oswego, NY), Aug. 5, 1872