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  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 23 Nov 1883
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  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), July 26, 1895
    TextNewspaper       PROGRESS docked in the South Pond at Chicago - from a Columbian Exposition guide of 1893....
    TextNewspaper     PROGRESS docked in the South Pond at Chicago - from a Columbian Exposition guide of 1893....
  • Democratic Free Press (Detroit, MI), 19 Nov 1834
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    SHIPWRECK - We learn, with regret, that the schooner PRINCE EUGENE was some days since wrecked in Sable Bay, twenty miles North of Sable point and about 180 miles North of the mouth of St. Joseph. We have not yet been able to obtain the ...

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    SHIPWRECK - We learn, with regret, that the schooner PRINCE EUGENE was some days since wrecked in Sable Bay, twenty miles North of Sable point ...

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 30 May 1836
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  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 24 Jul 1839
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  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 13 Nov 1839
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  • Chicago Journal (Chicago, IL), 28 Oct 1853
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    We understand that the Messrs. Guthrie have contracted for another boat, to be called the Novelty, 109 feet long, 16 feet beam and 6 feet depth of hold, which is already launched, with her deck and guards all completed, ready for her machinery. She is to be driven by one ...

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    We understand that the Messrs. Guthrie have contracted for another boat, to be called the Novelty, 109 feet long, 16 feet beam and 6 feet depth of hold, which is ...

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 14 Dec 1853
    TextNewspaper       MARINE INTELLIGENCE

    VESSELS IN PORT. - The following is a complete list of the vessels in port yesterday. Two or three of them have not taken down their sails, and their captains are talking of trying a short trip for a load of lumber, the others are all laid up ...

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    VESSELS IN PORT. - The following is a complete list of the vessels in port yesterday. Two or three of them have not taken down their sails, and ...

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 21 Dec 1853
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    The Milwaukee Sentinel says that the propeller WESTMORELAND has hauled alongside the wharf in the river where she will lay up for the winter. The damage to her machinery is supposed to be $1000 to $1500.

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    The Milwaukee Sentinel says that the propeller WESTMORELAND has hauled alongside the wharf in the river where she will lay up for the winter. The damage to her machinery is ...

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 21 Dec 1853
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    VESSELS IN PORT. --- Since we published the list which subsequently reappeared in the JOURNAL, causing that paper so many "pains," the following vessels have arrived and are preparing to lay up: Steamer FRANKLIN MOORE, sloop WUNX, and schooners UNION, BELLE CITY, EQUATOR, RACINE, L. ...

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    VESSELS IN PORT. --- Since we published the list which subsequently reappeared in the JOURNAL, causing that paper so many "pains," the following vessels have arrived and are preparing to ...

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 21 Apr 1854, page 1
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  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 17 May 1854, page 3
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  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 8 Jul 1854, page 3
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  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 10 Dec 1854
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    VESSELS IN PORT. - Navigation is pretty much closed up for this season. The weather has been more severe both for wind and cold than it has been for several seasons at this timeof the year. Vessels are mostly stripped, and all are being prepared to sleep out the winter. ...

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    VESSELS IN PORT. - Navigation is pretty much closed up for this season. The weather has been more severe both for wind and cold than it has been for several ...

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 25 Jul 1855
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    DISASTER ON LAKE ONTARIO. - A collision occurred off Genesee, on Lake Ontario, about half past 2 o'clock, A.M. the 20th inst. between the steamer America and the schooner Emblem, of Hamilton. The latter was cut nearly two-thirds through. Five of her crew took ...

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    DISASTER ON LAKE ONTARIO. - A collision occurred off Genesee, on Lake Ontario, about half past 2 o'clock, A.M. the 20th inst. between the steamer America and the schooner Emblem, ...

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 16 Dec 1855
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    SHIPPING IN CHICAGO. - There are now two hundred and eighteen vessels in winter quarters in Chicago. This number will be increased some twenty or thirty. Supposing them to average 300 tons, actual carriage, this makes 65,400 tons.

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    SHIPPING IN CHICAGO. - There are now two hundred and eighteen vessels in winter quarters in Chicago. This number will be increased some twenty or thirty. Supposing them to average ...

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 17 Jun 1856
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    CAR FERRY BOAT - The Great Western Railway Company have heretofore used, to transport cars across the river, a scow, which they were obliged to tow to and fro. But this item of freight has increased to such importance that they are now fitting a ferry boat, with complete steam ...

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    CAR FERRY BOAT - The Great Western Railway Company have heretofore used, to transport cars across the river, a scow, which they were obliged to tow to and fro. But ...

  • Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL), 28 Jun 1856
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    FIRST VESSEL FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT -The fine new schooner Dean Richmond is chartered to take wheat to Liverpool direct, without transshipment, via the St. Lawrence, at 30c per bushel. This is but the commencement of direct shipments to Europe from this port. The advantage gained by ...

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    FIRST VESSEL FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT -The fine new schooner Dean Richmond is chartered to take wheat to Liverpool direct, without transshipment, via the St. Lawrence, at 30c per bushel. This ...

  • Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL), 18 Jul 1856
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    CHICAGO AND LIVERPOOL - Yesterday evening witnessed the first departure of a Chicago vessel from this port direct to Europe. The vessel is the schooner Dean Richmond, owned by Charles Y. Richmond of this city, and her captain, D. Columbus Pierce. She takes a cargo of 16,000 bushels of ...

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    CHICAGO AND LIVERPOOL - Yesterday evening witnessed the first departure of a Chicago vessel from this port direct to Europe. The vessel is the schooner Dean Richmond, owned by Charles ...

  • Chicago Press (Chicago, IL), 21 Jul 1856
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    INSURANCE ON THE DEAN RICHMOND - It having been ascertained that the insurance companies were averse to taking full risks on the Dean Richmond, and her cargo, for a trip to Liverpool, the Chicago Board of Trade have undertaken to effect the object by individual subscriptions, the ...

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    INSURANCE ON THE DEAN RICHMOND - It having been ascertained that the insurance companies were averse to taking full risks on the Dean Richmond, and her cargo, for a trip ...

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