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  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Fri., May 29, 1896
    TextNewspaper       BADLY DISABLED _______ STEAMER MERIDA "GOES THROUGH HERSELF" ON LAKE HURON _______

    Wednesday afternoon the steamer Merida, owned by D. Whitney, Jr., of this city, passed this port, bound up light for ore. When off Sanilac, ninety miles from here, the intermediate ...

    TextNewspaper     BADLY DISABLED _______ STEAMER MERIDA "GOES THROUGH HERSELF" ON LAKE HURON _______

    Wednesday afternoon the steamer Merida, owned by D. Whitney, Jr., of this city, passed this port, bound ...

  • Ship News
    TextNewspaper  Rochester Telegraph (Rochester, NY), Nov. 3, 1818, p. 3, column 3     *This is refers to the Genesee River....
    TextNewspaper  Rochester Telegraph (Rochester, NY), Nov. 3, 1818, p. 3, column 3   *This is refers to the Genesee River....
  • Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), Aug. 9, 1886
    TextNewspaper       *not cargo, but plating from the vessel's iron hull.

    The SCOTIA (US#115271), sister of the iron package freighters JAVA, CUBA and RUSSIA, was 231 feet and 1502 gt. She was built by King Iron Co., Buffalo, in 1873 and went ashore in a gale Oct. 24, 1884.

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    TextNewspaper     *not cargo, but plating from the vessel's iron hull.

    The SCOTIA (US#115271), sister of the iron package freighters JAVA, CUBA and RUSSIA, was 231 feet and 1502 gt. She was ...

  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), Saturday Aug. 11, 1917
    TextNewspaper       "Buster" Greaves Victim of Tragedy Body of Little Toronto Boy Recovered -- Wore Indian Suits Parents Bought

    Little George Francis "Buster" Graves, aged five, only child of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Graves of 51 Rosevear Ave., Little York, drowned in the Marsh disaster, was one ...

    TextNewspaper     "Buster" Greaves Victim of Tragedy Body of Little Toronto Boy Recovered -- Wore Indian Suits Parents Bought

    Little George Francis "Buster" Graves, aged five, only child of Mr. and Mrs. ...

  • Travelling Correspondence
    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Daily Star (Syracuse, NY), July 12, 1847     Travelling Correspondence Liverpool - River and Harbor Convention - Mud Lock - W. C. Bouck - Awful Accident - Baldwinsville - Corn - Fishing, &c. &c. Baldwinsville, June 30, 1847

    After partaking of a most excellent supper, served up in the admirable style for which the Cerro ...

    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Daily Star (Syracuse, NY), July 12, 1847   Travelling Correspondence Liverpool - River and Harbor Convention - Mud Lock - W. C. Bouck - Awful Accident - Baldwinsville - Corn - Fishing, &c. &c. Baldwinsville, June 30, 1847 ...
  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed., Sept. 18, 1839
    TextNewspaper      

    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 ...

    TextNewspaper    

    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. ...

  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Tuesday, November 18, 1879
    TextNewspaper       A TERRIBLE CATASTROPHE Loss of Life on Lake Ontario -- Thirty one Persons, including Several Women and Children Drowned -- An Abandoned Tug Afloat off Oswego -- The Tug Seymour Looses Her Entire Tow in Sight of Oswego Light -- Adrift in a Howling Waste of Snow and Wind -- ...
    TextNewspaper     A TERRIBLE CATASTROPHE Loss of Life on Lake Ontario -- Thirty one Persons, including Several Women and Children Drowned -- An Abandoned Tug Afloat off Oswego -- The Tug Seymour ...
  • Oswego County Whig (Oswego, NY), Sat., Nov. 27, 1841
    TextNewspaper      

    Ericsson Propellers. - The new and elegant schooner Vandalia, to which is attached the above invention, built at this port the past summer by our enterprising fellow-citizens, Messrs. Bronson & Crocker, Mr. S. Doolittle and Capt. J. Van. Cleve, has just made her first trip, and ...

    TextNewspaper    

    Ericsson Propellers. - The new and elegant schooner Vandalia, to which is attached the above invention, built at this port the past summer by our enterprising fellow-citizens, Messrs. Bronson & ...

  • Cleveland Weekly Herald (Cleveland, OH), Thursday, May 26, 1831, page 3
    TextNewspaper       Column 2 ...
    TextNewspaper     Column 2 ...
  • 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
    TextNewspaper      

    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 ...

    TextNewspaper    

    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 ...

  • Cobourg Star (Cobourg, ON), Wednesday, November 25, 1835
    TextNewspaper      

    The BIRMINGHAM, late the UNITED KINGDOM steam boat, was driven from her moorings at Oswego, and struck the shoals. She was only partly laden at the time, having on board 100 barrels of salt and about 15 tons of merchandise.

    ...
    TextNewspaper    

    The BIRMINGHAM, late the UNITED KINGDOM steam boat, was driven from her moorings at Oswego, and struck the shoals. She was only partly laden at the time, having on board ...

  • Rochester Daily Union (Rochester, NY), Tues., Nov. 18, 1856
    TextNewspaper      

    Another Propeller Sunk - Narrow Escape of the Crew. - The propeller Northern Michigan, of Crawford & Co's Line, sunk about 11 o'clock last night on the bar at the mouth of our harbor. She was bound from the Upper Lakes to Ogdensburg with a cargo of beef and pork, ...

    TextNewspaper    

    Another Propeller Sunk - Narrow Escape of the Crew. - The propeller Northern Michigan, of Crawford & Co's Line, sunk about 11 o'clock last night on the bar at the ...

  • Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), Friday, August 5, 1881
    TextNewspaper      

    The history of the tug LADY FRANKLIN is given by a Kingston exchange: The tug LADY FRANKLIN is being torn to pieces and the engine taken out for transference to the tug now building. The old boiler will not be used. The FRANKLIN was built in Cleveland in 1861 by ...

    TextNewspaper    

    The history of the tug LADY FRANKLIN is given by a Kingston exchange: The tug LADY FRANKLIN is being torn to pieces and the engine taken out for transference to ...

  • Chicago Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), Tuesday, August 13, 1878
    TextNewspaper      

    The catamaran GIROFIE GIROFIA, en route from Pultneyville to Oswego, in charge of Augustus A. Kimball, son of Captain Joseph Kimball, of Oswego, was found off Sodus Point on Friday morning in a waterlogged condition and towed into the harbor. Kimball is supposed to have drowned in endeavoring ...

    TextNewspaper    

    The catamaran GIROFIE GIROFIA, en route from Pultneyville to Oswego, in charge of Augustus A. Kimball, son of Captain Joseph Kimball, of Oswego, was found off Sodus Point on Friday ...

  • Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), May 4, 1895
    TextNewspaper      

    Oswego, May 4. --The small passenger steamer GUIDE burned and sank at her dock here last night. She is owned by Emma B. Newman of Cape Vincent, and was valued at $8,000.

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    TextNewspaper    

    Oswego, May 4. --The small passenger steamer GUIDE burned and sank at her dock here last night. She is owned by Emma B. Newman of Cape Vincent, and was valued ...

  • Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), October 28, 1908
    TextNewspaper      

    Kingston, Ont., Oct. 28. -- The steam barge FRED MERCUR, loaded with coal, from Oswego, has gone ashore near Cape Vincent in a fog. She belongs to the Hall Company of new York. The steamer CITY OF NEW YORK, is ashore near Hallidays Point, eight miles down the river, on ...

    TextNewspaper    

    Kingston, Ont., Oct. 28. -- The steam barge FRED MERCUR, loaded with coal, from Oswego, has gone ashore near Cape Vincent in a fog. She belongs to the Hall Company ...

  • Mail (Toronto, ON), Saturday, April 12, 1879
    TextNewspaper       An Interesting Relic. A Rocking Chair Made from the Keel of Vessel Built Sixty Years Ago.

    The sailing packet Duke of Richmond, 70 tons burthen, launched spring, 1820, at the foot of Frederick street, York; owned and sailed by Capt. Edward Oates; December, 1826, bound from ...

    TextNewspaper     An Interesting Relic. A Rocking Chair Made from the Keel of Vessel Built Sixty Years Ago.

    The sailing packet Duke of Richmond, 70 tons burthen, launched spring, 1820, at the ...

  • Daily Globe (Toronto, ON), Tuesday, November 30, 1875
    TextNewspaper       DISASTERS TO SHIPPING AND LOSS OF LIFE

    Kingston, Nov. 29. -- The steam barge IVANHOE is ashore at Oak Point, a short distance down the river. A large schooner, name unknown, is reported ashore on Carlton Island. The gale has abated. Freezing hard tonight.

    ...
    TextNewspaper     DISASTERS TO SHIPPING AND LOSS OF LIFE

    Kingston, Nov. 29. -- The steam barge IVANHOE is ashore at Oak Point, a short distance down the river. A large schooner, name ...

  • Geneva Palladium (Geneva, NY), Wed., Nov. 6, 1822
    TextNewspaper      

    Arrived at this village, (Rochester) on Wednesday last, the Canal Boat Western Trader, Capt. Garney, from Utica, with a full freight of Emigrants, consisting of eight families, in all sixty persons, who have come the distance of one hundred miles, for the moderate sum of $1.50 each - thus ...

    TextNewspaper    

    Arrived at this village, (Rochester) on Wednesday last, the Canal Boat Western Trader, Capt. Garney, from Utica, with a full freight of Emigrants, consisting of eight families, in all sixty ...

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