- The HARLEQUIN built at Erie was lost her first season with all on board.
History of the Great Lakes
Beers, Vol. 1, p. 584.
HARLEQUIN, schooner, built at Erie 1800
, lost during first season with all hands, owned...
..."The OTTAWA had by that time become nearly unserviceable and in the winter of 1800
- 1801, General Hunter gave orders for building another ship to take her place in the Public service....
Formerly the great transportation across the lakes of the King's stores and merchandise - also...
1802 merchant vessel
1803 Custom entry
Albany Gazette, 19 Dec 1803, p. 3, p. 3
1804 Reason: sunk
Remarks: Total loss
(18971202), 3 Nov 1804, p.3 LOSS OF THE SPEEDY. The following is as accurate an account of the loss of the schooner Speedy in his Majesty's service on Lake Ontario, as we have been able to collect: -. The Speedy, Captain Paxton, left this port (York) on Sunday evening the 7th of October last, with a moderate breeze...
Republican Spy, 17 Jan 1804, p. 3, p. 3
1806 ex NIAGARA
1807 British merchant vessel
The Manlius paper states, that on the night of the 8th ult. , a battle took place off Oswego , between two boats which escaped from that port, and some men on shore. Muskets were discharged at the boats, but they cleared and made sail, destined to Sackets Harbor . - When daylight appeared...
"Portage," Geneva Expositor (Geneva, NY), Wed., Aug. 24, 1808 Advertisement
"Portage," Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), June 21, 1809 PORTAGE.
Porter, Barton & Co.
Having taken a lease from the state of New-York of the carrying place at the Falls of Niagara , and been at great pains and expense in forming and completing an establishment not only for the portage of goods around the falls, but for the ...
1809? launch Cleveland
1809 1st. Steamboat on L. Champlain
..." The first craft to arrive at Chicago was the schooner GENERAL TRACY, a vessel of ninety tons burden, built at Detroit somewhere about the year 1800
. She sailed from Detroit for Chicago in July, 1803, having on board a company of soldiers under command of Colonel Swearinger. On the passage...