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  • St. Joseph Herald (St. Joseph, MI), Sat., 16 May 1868
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    A Schooner Capsized. - Capt. John Boyne of the schooner Petrel, as he left the port of St. Joseph, on Friday the 8th inst., and had got within about 15 miles of Chicago, discovered a vessel lying on her beams' end, filled with water. Upon approaching the wreck it proved ...

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    A Schooner Capsized. - Capt. John Boyne of the schooner Petrel, as he left the port of St. Joseph, on Friday the 8th inst., and had got within about 15 ...

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), July 14, 1872
    TextNewspaper       Here's one of the more unusual uses for a barge. There were a number of "General Burnside"s - I believe this one is US#37572, built at Saginaw, Michigan. I've not the slightest idea what ever happened to her or if this "party barge" idea worked, but I think it's a ...
    TextNewspaper     Here's one of the more unusual uses for a barge. There were a number of "General Burnside"s - I believe this one is US#37572, built at Saginaw, Michigan. I've not ...
  • Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper (New York, NY), 13 June 1857, page 27 - 28
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    The illustration accompanying this article can be seen at the following address: http://www.hhpl.on.ca/GreatLakes/GLImages/Details.asp?ID=198...

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    The illustration accompanying this article can be seen at the following address: http://www.hhpl.on.ca/GreatLakes/GLImages/Details.asp?ID=198...

  • Knows Every Treacherous Spot In St. Lawrence Rapids
    TextNewspaper  Down The Lane, The Standard-Freeholder (Cornwall, ON), 12 Jul 1935     If Captain Joseph Alfred Ouellette made any pretence of being an author and decided to write a book he might properly call it "Life On The St. Lawrence River." For Captain Ouellette has been travelling up and down the St. Lawrence longer than any living man and knows every nook ...
    TextNewspaper  Down The Lane, The Standard-Freeholder (Cornwall, ON), 12 Jul 1935   If Captain Joseph Alfred Ouellette made any pretence of being an author and decided to write a book he might properly call it "Life On The St. Lawrence River." For ...
  • Had Long Career As Marine Engineer
    TextNewspaper  Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 17 Dec 1932     Had Long Career As Marine Engineer Former Sec'y-Treas. of Rockport Navigation Co. and Vice-Pres. T. I. Navigation Co.

    The death occurred at the home of James Hickey, 94 College Street, on Friday of James Gillie, well-known marine engineer in his eighty-ninth year. Deceased ...

    TextNewspaper  Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 17 Dec 1932   Had Long Career As Marine Engineer Former Sec'y-Treas. of Rockport Navigation Co. and Vice-Pres. T. I. Navigation Co.

    The death occurred at the home of James Hickey, 94 College Street, ...

  • Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Aug. 29, 1913, page 8
    TextNewspaper       Local Marine News

    The yacht Captain Dave Wagner was recently purchased by the People's Oil and Fuel Company of the this city, and which is to be turned into a tank boat to supply the yachts on the St. Lawrence with naptha, illuminating and lubricating oils, has arrived here and ...

    TextNewspaper     Local Marine News

    The yacht Captain Dave Wagner was recently purchased by the People's Oil and Fuel Company of the this city, and which is to be turned into a ...

  • Niles Weekly Register, September 7, 1822
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    The ships on the lakes, especially those on Ontario, with the exception of the New Orleans and Chippewa, of 106 guns each, are in a state of rapid decay, as was to have been expected. Those named were not launched, and, being well covered, might now soon be fitted for ...

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    The ships on the lakes, especially those on Ontario, with the exception of the New Orleans and Chippewa, of 106 guns each, are in a state of rapid decay, as ...

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 3 Jun, 1888
    TextNewspaper       COMES ALL THE WAY FROM SCOTLAND

    Cornwall, Ont., June 2 - [Special] - The Algonquin, the largest vessel that ever passed through the Cornwall Canal, entered today at 1:45 p.m. She was built by Napier, Shanks and Bell, Glasgow, Scotland, and left on the 21st of April. She is 253 ...

    TextNewspaper     COMES ALL THE WAY FROM SCOTLAND

    Cornwall, Ont., June 2 - [Special] - The Algonquin, the largest vessel that ever passed through the Cornwall Canal, entered today at 1:45 p.m. ...

  • Detroit Post and Tribune (Detroit, MI), Thur., July 19, 1883
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    The Sheboygan Times of Saturday says: "The schooner Glad Tidings came in to port from Manitowoc. This is Capt. Bundy, the sailor preacher's new schooner, and the third and largest built for him within a few years. She is just from the hands of the carpenters in Manitowoc, and is ...

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    The Sheboygan Times of Saturday says: "The schooner Glad Tidings came in to port from Manitowoc. This is Capt. Bundy, the sailor preacher's new schooner, and the third and largest ...

  • Detroit Post and Tribune (Detroit, MI), Apr. 18, 1883
    TextNewspaper       THE BOWSPRIT BUSINESS

    The department of railways and canals of the Canadian government has issued a notice to vessel owners in reference to fixed bowsprits of vessels passing through the Welland Canal, by which it will be seen that although the restriction as to movable bowsprits ...

    TextNewspaper     THE BOWSPRIT BUSINESS

    The department of railways and canals of the Canadian government has issued a notice to vessel owners in reference to fixed bowsprits of vessels passing through the ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), September 2, 1841
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    Vessel Going Down The Falls - On Friday the 10th inst. the barque Detroit, formerly belonging to the British navy on Lake Erie, and captured by the Americans during the last war, is to be sent over Niagara Falls, furnished with a crew of live wild animals. She was condemned, ...

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    Vessel Going Down The Falls - On Friday the 10th inst. the barque Detroit, formerly belonging to the British navy on Lake Erie, and captured by the Americans during the ...

  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed., Sept. 18, 1839
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    New Steamboat. - The steamer Great Britain, on her last trip up the lake, had in tow the new boat Ontario, which was launched at Prescott on the 7th inst. She is taken to Niagara, where she is to receive her engines and be completed. The Ontario is a beautiful ...

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    New Steamboat. - The steamer Great Britain, on her last trip up the lake, had in tow the new boat Ontario, which was launched at Prescott on the 7th inst. ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), June 16, 1842
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    Welland Canal Navigation - By the following comparative statement of vessels and their cargoes, which haved passed through the Welland Canal, from the opening of navigation this season, up to the 31st of May last, with those of 1841, to the same date, our readers will perceive that there has ...

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    Welland Canal Navigation - By the following comparative statement of vessels and their cargoes, which haved passed through the Welland Canal, from the opening of navigation this season, up to ...

  • St. Catharines Journal (St. Catharines, ON), December 14, 1839
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    Six arrivals from the West, with flour, wheat and whisky, since Saturday evening. The lake has not been more tranquil and inviting to navigate, since dog days. - Buf. Pat. Dec. 9

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    Six arrivals from the West, with flour, wheat and whisky, since Saturday evening. The lake has not been more tranquil and inviting to navigate, since dog days. - Buf. Pat. ...

  • Cleveland Weekly Herald (Cleveland, OH), Thursday, May 26, 1831, page 3
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  • Cleveland Weekly Herald (Cleveland, OH), Tuesday, November 14, 1822
    TextNewspaper       Cleaveland is the proper spelling at that date....
    TextNewspaper     Cleaveland is the proper spelling at that date....
  • Cleveland Weekly Herald (Cleveland, OH), Tuesday, December 12, 1820
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    Sacket's Harbor, Nov.17th.

    On Saturday evening, the 11th. inst. a gale of wind commenced from the N.E. accompanied with snow, which increased during Sunday to a degree exceeding anything before known on Lake ontario. On Monday morning the 13th. the gale abated and we already learn the ...

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    Sacket's Harbor, Nov.17th.

    On Saturday evening, the 11th. inst. a gale of wind commenced from the N.E. accompanied with snow, which increased during Sunday to a degree exceeding anything before ...

  • Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 27 Sep, 1875
    TextNewspaper       In my opinion this is a very fair assessment of the towbarge situation. Dozens of wooden vessels wrecked during the last half of the nineteenth century were reported to have been in appalling condition when examined. The 20-year-old SOPHIA SMITH (US#22271), ashore on Pte Aux Barques since Sep 9, was ...
    TextNewspaper     In my opinion this is a very fair assessment of the towbarge situation. Dozens of wooden vessels wrecked during the last half of the nineteenth century were reported to have ...
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 March 1864
    TextNewspaper       Spring Walk by the Old Hand III THE SHIPPING INTEREST OF KINGSTON.

    However much this good city of ours is indebted to its fertile back country on all sides, yet it cannot be denied that its Shipping Interest is one great source of its prosperity and wealth. The ...

    TextNewspaper     Spring Walk by the Old Hand III THE SHIPPING INTEREST OF KINGSTON.

    However much this good city of ours is indebted to its fertile back country on all sides, ...

  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 March 1864
    TextNewspaper       Spring Walk by the Old Hand II THE WHARFS OF KINGSTON

    The Wharfs or Wharves or Kingston, which should it be? Wharfs is decidedly the best word, but not so often used as Wharves, tho' infinitely more English. Well, the Wharfs of Kingston are the subject of this day's ...

    TextNewspaper     Spring Walk by the Old Hand II THE WHARFS OF KINGSTON

    The Wharfs or Wharves or Kingston, which should it be? Wharfs is decidedly the best word, but not so ...

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