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  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Monday Nov. 20, 1877
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    Capt. J. H. Gibbs Drowned -_ Saturday night, a telegram was received from Port Sanilac, Lake Huron, saying "Capt. Gibbs was drowned on the morning of the 15th. I started for Port Huron with the body-What shall I do with it." Later, John Dunn, Esq., received a despatch from Winslow, ...

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    Capt. J. H. Gibbs Drowned -_ Saturday night, a telegram was received from Port Sanilac, Lake Huron, saying "Capt. Gibbs was drowned on the morning of the 15th. I started ...

  • Detroit Post and Tribune (Detroit, MI), Mon., Oct. 22, 1877
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    Wind southwest; weather clearing up. Keep your crew up to the maximum, captain.

    Total grain in elevators, 544,019 bu. Withdrawals of wheat on Friday 26,301 bu., of which 17,000 bu. were by lake.

    The schooner Knight Templar, with rye for Walkerville, will ...

    TextNewspaper     PORT ITEMS

    Wind southwest; weather clearing up. Keep your crew up to the maximum, captain.

    Total grain in elevators, 544,019 bu. Withdrawals of wheat on Friday 26,301 bu., of which ...

  • Rambling Sketches
    TextNewspaper  Chenango Semi-Weekly Telegraph (Norwich, NY), June 30, 1877    
    TextNewspaper  Chenango Semi-Weekly Telegraph (Norwich, NY), June 30, 1877  
  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Feb. 3, 1877
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