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  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Tues., July 25, 1876
        A REMINISCENCE The Late Captain Starkweather and Captain John T. Van Alstine, shipmates, in England when the Queen was Married. Captain John H. Starkweather, whose death, which we announced yesterday, occurred at Detroit last Thursday, deserves ...
      A REMINISCENCE The Late Captain Starkweather and Captain John T. Van Alstine, ...
  • Henderson Harbor
        Henderson Harbor The arrivals at this port last week were the Schooner Transvantang with upwards of 250,000 feet of lumber; the Union, Sandy Creek with a cargo of 17,000 bricks, the McClellan, Sherman and Monitor. The McClellan and Sherman took from this place 5,000 bushels of ...
      Henderson Harbor The arrivals at this port last week were the Schooner ...
  • Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), July 9, 1870
        Capt. Ford's Gaff Topsail Rigging. - Whatever croakers may say, (and thee are always those who will croak, with about as much wisdom as an owl - particularly if they have no direct interest in the croakable matter), the invention of Capt. Geo. A. Ford of this city is, as ...
      Capt. Ford's Gaff Topsail Rigging. - Whatever croakers may say, (and thee ...
  • Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Friday, July 15, 1870
        Collision and Loss of a Schooner. - On Thursday, July 7th, the propeller Bristol, bound up, and the schooner Azov, bound down, collided on Lake Ontario. Immediately after the collision taking place everything was done by the captain and crew of the propeller to render assistance to ...
      Collision and Loss of a Schooner. - On Thursday, July 7th, the ...
  • Oswego Commercial Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Friday, Aug. 5, 1870
        Shocking Casualty! Explosion of the Steam Tug Tornado! Three Lives Lost! Total Destruction of the Tug! Shortly after three o'clock this morning, a large proportion of people in the city were suddenly ...
      Shocking Casualty! Explosion of the Steam Tug Tornado! Three Lives Lost! Total ...
  • Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Sat., Aug. 20, 1870
        Marine Disaster. - The schooner Norwegian, owned by Morgan Wheeler Esq., of this city, and the tug Maria Melvin, owned by J.D. Murphy, Esq., went ashore at an early hour this morning, a few hundred yards below the east pier, opposite Fort Ontario. The Norwegian, Capt. Chas. Brown, was ...
      Marine Disaster. - The schooner Norwegian, owned by Morgan Wheeler Esq., of ...
  • Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Aug. 23, 1870
        Wrecking - The insurance companies have engaged powerful pumping apparatus from Kingston and Buffalo, to put on board the schooner Norwegian and tug Melvin, and the probabilities are, should the weather prove moderate, that both crafts will be got off and brought into port. ...
      Wrecking - The insurance companies have engaged powerful pumping apparatus from Kingston ...
  • Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Aug. 24, 1870
        The tug Highlander from Kingston, is at work today endeavoring to pull off the schooner Norwegian, which went ashore opposite Fort Ontario on Saturday last. The tug Maria Melvin, which went ashore under Fort Ontario, was hauled off this forenoon by the Canadian steamer Wellington, and ...
      The tug Highlander from Kingston, is at work today endeavoring to pull ...
  • Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Aug. 24, 1870
        Loss of the Schooner E.B. Gannett. - The schooner E.B. Gannett, Capt. Warner, which left here Saturday night for Ogdensburg with 40 tons of waterlime, sprang a leak when some twelve miles down the lake and sank in deep water. The crew got aboard of the yawl and came ashore ...
      Loss of the Schooner E.B. Gannett. - The schooner E.B. Gannett, Capt. ...
  • Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Wed. , Sept. 29, 1870
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  • Commercial Advertiser (Oswego, NY), Thurs. , Sept. 29, 1870.
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  • Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Monday, Nov. 7, 1870
        A Melancholy Narrative of Shipwreck. - During the storm of last week, the Canadian schooner Jessie, belonging at Port Stanley, was wrecked at her entire crew of eight persons lost, on Salmon Point, which lies about opposite this port on the north shore. The Belleville Ontario gives ...
      A Melancholy Narrative of Shipwreck. - During the storm of last week, ...
  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Sat., April 8, 1871
        The "Gilbert Mollison" Afloat. - This morning the steam tug Morley towed the new and staunch schooner Gilbert Mollison out into blue water, where the centre board was shipped, and the vessel is ready for sea. The Mollison is an A 1 vessel, full canal length, and capable of carrying ...
      The "Gilbert Mollison" Afloat. - This morning the steam tug Morley towed ...
  • Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), Sat., April 8, 1871
        New Vessel. - A fine new vessel of the first-class, built during the winter at the yard of Andrew Miller & Co., hauled up the stream this morning, with flying colors, and in complete order to sail. She is named the "Gilbert Mollison," and is owned by Mitchell Brothers and ...
      New Vessel. - A fine new vessel of the first-class, built during ...
  • Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), April 11, 1871
        (arrivals and clearances) Schooner Gilbert Mollison cleared April 11 with 1,900 barrels of salt for Chicago. ...
      (arrivals and clearances) Schooner Gilbert Mollison cleared April 11 with 1,900 barrels ...
  • Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), April 18, 1871
        Cleared for Oswego. - The new schooner Gilbert Mollison cleared from Chicago yesterday with 19,134 bushels of wheat at 9 cts for freight. ...
      Cleared for Oswego. - The new schooner Gilbert Mollison cleared from Chicago ...
  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), July 29, 1871
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  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Monday, Aug. 21, 1871
        Launch of the "Madeira." - On Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock the new and staunch A 1 schooner Madeira was launched from the yard of Goble McFarlane at the foot of West First street. There was a large gathering of people to witness the proceeding. They commenced to gather about ...
      Launch of the "Madeira." - On Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock the ...
  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Nov. 8, 1871
        Way Down Near The The Suwanee River - Direct For Florida. - For some time the schooner S.S. Ellsworth, Captain Edwards, has been in course of reconstruction. The mainmast has been done away with, the boiler of the tug Dodge has been place in her, and she has been converted ...
      Way Down Near The The Suwanee River - Direct For Florida. - ...
  • Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL), Nov. 14, 1871
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