The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), May 11, 1831 
TextNewspapers    The Steamboat Charles Carroll of Sackets. - This beautiful vessel was Launched from the ways into her native element, on Monday last: The Launch was a fine one - the novelty of Launching a vessel, with a Steam Engine in complete operation, was witnessed by a very numerous concourse of people...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Tues. ,  May 11, 1831. 
TextNewspapers    Disaster. - About 8 o'clock on Tuesday evening last, the schooner Lucinda belonging to Smith & Merrick, was capsized in a squall near the mouth of the river St. Lawrence, the Capt. and crew, 5 or 6 in number and one passenger got upon the side of the vessel, in which perilous condition they ...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed. , May 11, 1831 
TextNewspapers    We learn that during the gale on Monday last, the schooner Monroe, Capt. Host, belonging to the house of J. T. Trowbridge & Co. of this village, on her passage from Genesee River to this port, was driven ashore near Sodus, and so completely wrecked, that it is considered doubtful she can ...
Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), May 19, 1831 
TextNewspapers    The MONRO schooner,belonging to Oswego, went ashore last Sunday week four miles west of that port (two days from Ogdensburgh), and is a total wreck. The crew were all saved. ...
Cleveland Weekly Herald (Cleveland, OH), May 26, 1831, page 3 
TextNewspapers  Cleveland Weekly Herald (Cleveland, OH), May 26, 1831, page 3page 3  Column 2
Palladium and Chronicle (Oswego, NY), July 27, 1831 
TextNewspapers    ... Givins, Daniel Griffin, Henry Daverty, Carleton Lynde, H. Shephard, Hubert Hotham. Wednesday, 20th July, 1831. ...
Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), Sat. , July 30, 1831 
TextNewspapers    SHIPWRECK ON LAKE ONTARIO. - The Henry Clay, on her first voyage from Oswego to Cleveland in Ohio, was upset in a squall off Niagara on the 20th July, and immediately sunk. She had 600 barrels of salt as cargo; of nine passengers on board - three only were saved; and these solely by the ...
Canadian Emigrant (Sandwich, ON), Thursday, December 1, 1831 
TextNewspapers    ... of the Agents mentioned in the Way Ticket along the line of road, will give them the necessary advice and information. Canada Company Office, York, March 31, 1831 OFFICES OF THE CANADA COMPANY YORK, GUELPH, GODERICH Agents. Jas. Kerby, Esq. Fort Erie -- E. Johnson, Esq. Buffalo -- Duncan...
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), July 20, 1831 
TextNewspapers    To Seamen. -- Mr. John Murry , an Englishman, has published an account of his "invention of an effective and unfailing method of forming an instantaneous communication with the shore, in shipwreck, and illuminating the scene in a dark and tempestuous night." An arrow of peculiar construction,...
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), April 13, 1831 
TextNewspapers    Transcribed by Dave Gilchrist
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), April 27, 1831 
TextNewspapers    Transcribed by Dave Gilchrist
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), May 4, 1831 
TextNewspapers    Transcribed by Dave Gilchrist
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed., June 1, 1831 
TextNewspapers    ... an invitation to a public dinner, which he politely declined. We have been favored with the following correspondence between the President of the Corporation and Capt. Whitney, on the subject: Oswego, May 28, 1831 . Sir - The corporation of the village of Oswego take pleasure in manifesting their own...
Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), July 21, 1831 
TextNewspapers    Melancholy Shipwreck The schooner Henry Clay of and from Oswego , Fitzhugh (owner), her first voyage, with 700 barreels of salt. Among the persons lost were Mr. Campbell (captain), a son of Mr. Troubridge . forwarder at Oswego, a young lady and three others unknown. ...
Colonial Advocate (Toronto, ON), July 21, 1831 
TextNewspapers    Desjardins' Canal While ruminating on the importance of the Burlington Bay Harbor, and contemplating the future uesefulness of the undertaking, it would be narrow selfishness in us to pass over other similar improvements in this district, which we hope will shortly be in successful ...
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), May 11, 1831 
TextNewspapers    MARINE LIST PORT OF OSWEGO LAKE NAVIGATION ARRIVALS Schr. Eagle, Capt Eagleston, from Sacketts Harbour. Schr. Hunter, Capt Bush, from Chaumont Bay. Schr. Emily, Capt Howard, from Ogdensburgh, passengers. Schr. Mary Ann, Capt. Stowel, from Ogdensburgh, pass. Schr. Caroline, Capt. Tyler,...
Farmer's Journal & Welland Canal Intelligencer (St. Catharines, ON), January 1831, page 4 
TextNewspapers  Farmer's Journal & Welland Canal Intelligencer (St. Catharines, ON), January 1831, page 4page 4  Journeymen Ship Carpenters Wanted immediately, 4 good steady workmen at the above business - to whom constant employment during the winter, and liberal wages will be given. Apply to Russell Armington, St.Catharines, Nov. 24, 1830 ...
Farmer's Journal & Welland Canal Intelligencer (St. Catharines, ON), May 25, 1831, page 3 
TextNewspapers  Farmer's Journal & Welland Canal Intelligencer (St. Catharines, ON), May 25, 1831, page 3page 3  We inadvertently omitted in our last, to notice the launch, at this place, of a fine schooner of about 50 tons burthen, named the "Erie & Ontario", which took place on Saturday the 14th instant, from Capt. Armington's ship yard into the canal, at the foot of the village. She went off in ...
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), August 20, 1831, page 2 
TextNewspapers  Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), August 20, 1831, page 2page 2  A new Boat is also to be placed on Lake Erie by a British company; she will be the first boat owned in Canada on the Lake, those at present navigating it belonging exclusively to the American side. The engine of the Alciope , plying on Lake Ontario , and belonging to Robert Hamilton , ...
Farmer's Journal & Welland Canal Intelligencer (St. Catharines, ON), January 1831, page 4 
TextNewspapers  Farmer's Journal & Welland Canal Intelligencer (St. Catharines, ON), January 1831, page 4page 4  Journeymen Ship Carpenters Wanted immediately, 4 good steady workmen at the above business - to whom constant employment during the winter, and liberal wages will be given. Apply to Russell Armington , St. Catharines , Nov. 24, 1830 ...

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