"Extract of a letter dated Sacket's Harbor, Jan. 11," Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Feb. 15, 1815 Lansingburgh , January 31 .
Extract of a letter dated Sacket's Harbor , Jan. 11 .
"There are near six hundred ship carpenters at this post, busily engaged in getting timber ready to build two seventy-fours and a frigate of the first class. Although surrounded by spies, our government ...
"Northern Market," Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), April 5, 1815
..., that the expence that they have been at in maturing this harbour, will be of great public utility. The roads leading to Pulteney-Ville, are already much improved by public spirited individuals.
43:6 S. LEDYARD , & CO.
Pulteney-Ville, March 25, 1815
Niles Weekly Register, Sat., March 18, 1815, page 42page 42 Six hundred carpenters at Sackets Harbor, had made great progress in the building of a ship to carry 98 guns and another for 74, when the work was arrested by the news of peace. These vessels would have been ready for service with th eopening of the lake.
"Sackets Harbor," Niles Weekly Register, Sat., April 29, 1815, page 152 Sackets Harbor - From the Democratic Press - Mr. Binns - In your paper a few days since you state that two 74s were building at Sackets Harbor when information of the peace reached there. I am, however, enabled to state, that the two vessels on the stocks at that place, were intended to carry...
"Sackets Harbor - Extract of a letter from a gentleman at Sackets Harbor, to his friend in Baltimore," Niles Weekly Register, Sat., March 25, 1815, page 56
... Sackets Harbor - Extract of a letter from a gentleman at Sackets Harbor, to his friend in Baltimore, dated March 6, 1815
"Having seen in the newspapers, various manifestations of joy on the return of peace, permit me to state what took place on its being received at Sackets Harbor.
"Sackets Harbor," Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., Feb. 1, 1815 From the Watertown Adv. of Jan. 25.
Sackets Harbor . - The keels of two large vessels are laid at Sackets Harbor; we understand the one is 182 and the other 134 feet; one of which is building under the superintendence of Mr. Eckford, and the other under the superintendence of Mr. Brown, ship ...
"Extract of a letter dated Sackets Harbor, Jan. 11.," Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Feb. 15, 1815 Lansingburgh, January 31
Extract of a letter dated Sackets Harbor, Jan. 11.
"There are near six hundred ship-carpenters at this post, busily engaged in getting timber ready to build two seventy-fours and a frigate of the first class. Although surrounded by spies, our government have reason ...
..., May 12, 1815
The celebrated British commodore, Sir James L. Yeo, passed through this village, on Tuesday the 4th inst. on his way to Philadelphia - accompanied by Captain Owen. ...
Among the passengers in the Steam-Boat from Albany, this morning, was Sir James L. Yeo, and several other British officers on their way from Canada to England. They took up their quarters at Washington-Hall, and will probably take passage from this port for Europe. ...
Commodores Yeo and Owen, with three British colonels and several other officers, are the gentlemen who arrived here in the steam-boat from Albany. They put up at the Mechanics' Hall (and not Washington Hall, as before mentioned) and will embark for England in a ship of Mr. Gracie's. ...
Mr. Brown, Ship-builder, from New-York, with a number of hands, have passed through this city, for Sacket's Harbor - to proceed immediately to the building of several large ships at that place - Report says, one of 120 guns, a 74, &c.&c. - Albany Gazette.
A letter from Sacket's Harbor, dated Dec. 13, states there has lately arrived at that place, a lieutenant of the British Navy, a deserter from Canada. He commanded the brig Linnet, which was burnt last summer at the head of Lake Ontario, to prevent her falling into our hands. He intends offering...
Seneca Locks. - We have the satisfaction to state, that on the 23rd inst. the first Boat (about 70 feet in length) went through the two upper locks on the Seneca Falls, loaded with upwards of one hundred persons. In presence of a great number of spectators, collected from ...
.... She was built at Kingston, and called the ELIZABETH of Kingston, when captured by the Americans. Any person to purchase will call upon Geo, Armstrong or Capt. Vaughn, Sacket's Harbor, June 26, 1815
... an inventory of all her stores is kept. The sale will take place in
the Market Square, at 12 o'clock precicely.
Commissariat Office, Kingston June 12, 1815
Commissariat Office, Kingston, June 18, 1815
June 20, 1815
... was built at Kingston, and called the ELIZABETH of Kingston, when captured by the Americans. Any person to purchase will call upon Geo, Armstrong or Capt. Vaughn, Sacket's Harbor, June 26, 1815
...; Niagara Intelligencer
Tuesday, September 12, 1815
Tuesday, August 15th. 1815
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the following merchant vessels have been built on the south shore of Lake Erie the present season---burthen 35 to 100...
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