The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Steamboat Martha Ogden
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Commercial Advertiser (New York, NY), 4 Sep 1829


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Steamboat Martha Ogden.--I saw in your paper of yesterday, a statement from the Boston Traveller, that the steamboat Martha Ogden had been blown over the bar at Sammon [sic: Salmon] River, on Lake Ontario, on the 9th ult. This statement is ture; but it is incorrrect that she received any injury, or that she will have to take out her engine. She got out again over the bar without any injury, and she has since towed four rafts through the lake, from Oswego to Carlton Island. The person who made the above erroneous statement, must have done it with a malignant design to injure the owners, and he is not a gentleman of truth and veracity.

JOSEPH DENISON

Albany, Sept. 1, 1829


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Date of Publication:
4 Sep 1829
Date Of Event:
9 Aug. 1829
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Personal Name(s):
Denison, Josseph
Language of Item:
English
  • New York, United States
    Latitude: 43.5761174487457 Longitude: -76.20382
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Steamboat Martha Ogden