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  • Republican Spy, 17 Jan 1804, p. 3
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    We learn from Niagara, that maj. Robert Randall, the gentleman by whose enterprize the famous Bridgewater-works, near Chippawa, were built, is among the unfortunate persons lately lost in the Washington, on lake Ontario. Mr. R. was from Maryland, in which state his friends are living.

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    We learn from Niagara, that maj. Robert Randall, the gentleman by whose enterprize the famous Bridgewater-works, near Chippawa, were built, is among the unfortunate persons lately lost in the Washington, ...

  • (18971202), 3 Nov 1804
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    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 ...

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    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 ...

  • Speedy (Schooner), sunk, 9 Oct 1804
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