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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), April 22, 1869, page 4
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), August 20, 1869, page 4
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    Launch At Hamilton - The Times says a new and beautiful three- masted vessel was launched on Wednesday afternoon [August 18], from the yard of Mr. A.M. ...

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    Launch At Hamilton - The Times says a new and beautiful three- masted vessel was launched on Wednesday afternoon [August 18], from the yard of ...

  • Globe (Toronto, ON), August 21, 1869, page 4
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    Not Quite A Launch - The Hamilton Times says the new vessel Agnes Hope was not got clearly into the water on Wednesday [August 18], as we were led to state from a report that reached us just ...

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    Not Quite A Launch - The Hamilton Times says the new vessel Agnes Hope was not got clearly into the water on Wednesday [August ...

  • St. Catharines Evening Journal (St. Catharines, ON), July 16, 1869, page 3
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    On Wednesday morning [July 14] the barge Royal Oak foundered about seven miles out of Port Dalhousie. She was being towed to Toronto, with the barge

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    On Wednesday morning [July 14] the barge Royal Oak foundered about seven miles out of Port Dalhousie. She was being towed to

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), August 15, 1869
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    LAUNCH AT OSWEGO. -- On the 12th inst. , a new schooner, built by Messrs. Goble & Macfarlane, was launched at their yard in Oswego. Prompt on time the last block was removed, and the John T. Mott slid into the water as handsomely as possible. Having to be launched ...

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    LAUNCH AT OSWEGO. -- On the 12th inst. , a new schooner, built by Messrs. Goble & Macfarlane, was launched at their yard in Oswego. Prompt on time the last ...

  • Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), May 7 1869, page 2
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    The Wabuno her trips here longer than was at first expected, on account of the ice. Should all be clear she will start for the North shore today or next.

    The Frances Smith has been safely taken from her enforced winter quarters by the Magnet and towed to Detroit. ...

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    The Wabuno her trips here longer than was at first expected, on account of the ice. Should all be clear she will start for the North shore today or next. ...

  • Oxford Times (Greene, NY), Wed., June 2, 1869
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    The boat "Simeon Walker," of Greene, sank at the Stone Quarry Dock, four miles below this village, on Thursday forenoon last. She was loaded with stone and had on part of a load when the sides gave away, sinking her in the same manner as on the one that sunk ...

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    The boat "Simeon Walker," of Greene, sank at the Stone Quarry Dock, four miles below this village, on Thursday forenoon last. She was loaded with stone and had on part ...

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