The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Jan. 2, 1833 
TextNewspapers    Salmon River and Sandy Creek Harbours -- The President's Message returning the Harbour Bill has been transmitted to the House of Representatives disclosing the reasons for withholding his signature. Comparing this Message and the address of the Oswego County Republican Convention of last ...
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), Wed., April 17, 1833 
TextNewspapers    Launched - On Monday last the new and beautiful Schooner, built by our enterprising fellow citizens, Messrs. C.B. Aspinwall Co. She bears the name of our publick spirited fellow-citizen, Llewellyn Jones, which circumstance, while it is flattering to him, is commendable in her owners, and ...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), July 1, 1833 
TextNewspapers    The American Sea Serpent in Lake Ontario. - Our office has been favored with a visit from Captain Abijah Kellogg of the schooner Polythermus, of Sacket's arrived this morning from Rochester. This gentleman has related to us such a tale of wonder, a tale so incredible, that we scruple some,...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Nov. 13, 1833 
TextNewspapers    Steam Boat Disasters on Lake Ontario. - During the late gale, the steamboat St. George broke one of her shafts, and was towed into port by the Great Britain. The steamboat John By, which plied between York and the head of the Lake, was driven ashore near the Credit, and it is feared will...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Nov. 20, 1833 
TextNewspapers    - The schooner Two Brothers, Capt. Stevenson, sailed from Pultneyville for this port, on Tuesday the 12th inst., laden with wheat and apples. Since then nothing has been heard of her. On Sunday a barrel of apples, the captain's hat and the tiller were picked up ashore near the Nine Mile Point,...
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), Dec. 4, 1833 
TextNewspapers    Last Saturday, agreeably to the notice in our last, the new and elegant Steamboat Oswego was launched, and it was the most splendid sight of the kind we ever beheld. She went offf into her future element, gracefully and proudly, without an hindrance or accident of any kind. Our place, whose name...
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), Dec. 4, 1833 
TextNewspapers    On the morning of the 12th inst. the schr. Three Brothers, Capt. Stevenson, sailed from Pultneyville, freighted with wheat and supplies and cider, bound for Oswego, and is supposed to have been wrecked between 10 and 12 o'clock on the same day - nothing definite having been heard since, from...
Canadian Emigrant (Sandwich, ON), Saturday, July 6, 1833 
TextNewspapers    NEW STEAMERS. — To the enterprise and public spirit of Messrs. McGregor and Van Allen, we are indebted for another new and beautiful Steamboat, the THAMES . She arrived at our wharf on Sunday the 23d ultimo, from Cleveland where she had gone to receive her engine. She is 112 feet on ...
Canadian Emigrant (Sandwich, ON), Saturday, July 13, 1833 
TextNewspapers    STEAM ENGINES. The various purposes to which these useful and powerful pieces of mechanism may be applied are so obvious that any recommendation we could bestow upon them would be perfectly superfluous. The generation of steam for various manufacturing purposes appears to be increasingly ...
Canadian Emigrant (Sandwich, ON), Saturday, July 20, 1833 
TextNewspapers    Three Steamboats Burnt . — The Louisville Advertiser of Saturday week, contained the following:— FIRE. — About ten o'clock last evening, the steamer SENTINEL took fire while at the wharf in front of this city. The flames spread with such rapidity that in less than ten ...
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), Dec. 25, 1833 
TextNewspapers    ... such mechanicks as they choose, to repair their vessels, while on the Rail-Way or in Harbour, and no charge will be made for any vessel using the Basin the ensuing winter. By order of the Directors, JAMES LOCKHART , SECRETARY. Niagara , Nov. 18, 1833 . - 35tf. ...
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), Dec. 25, 1833 
TextNewspapers    ... such mechanicks as they choose, to repair their vessels, while on the Rail-Way or in Harbour, and no charge will be made for any vessel using the Basin the ensuing winter. By order of the Directors, JAMES LOCKHART, SECRETARY. Niagara, Nov. 18, 1833. - 35tf. ...
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), Dec. 25, 1833 
TextNewspapers    Late Navigation. - On the 23rd inst. four schooners arrived at this port from different parts of the lake. ...
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), Dec. 4, 1833 
TextNewspapers    Note: In an article headlined "The Western Trade," signed by "An Old Merchant" to promote trade via the lakes, it states): "The risk of Lake Ontario , during the months of navigation, I am persuaded is not greater than of Long Island Sound . The best proof is, that since steam-boats have...
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), Wed., Dec. 4, 1833 
TextNewspapers    Last Saturday, agreeably to the notice in our last, the new and elegant Steam-boat Oswego was launched, and it was the most splendid sight of the kind we ever beheld. She went off into her future element, gracefully and proudly, without a hindrance or accident of any kind. Our place, whose...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed.,  Dec. 4, 1833 
TextNewspapers    On Saturday last, the splendid steamboat Oswego , was launched from the shi-yard in this village. She went off in gallant style and rode proudly on her destined element. She is to be completed during the winter, and will be in readiness for business early in the spring. We hope the...
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), May 1, 1833 
TextNewspapers    MARINE LIST PORT OF OSWEGO LAKE NAVIGATION ARRIVALS Schr. Hiram, Capt. from wheat, Schr. Stephan Gerard, Capt. Smith form Genesee, wheat, Schr. North America, Capt. Ripson, from Sal. River, lumb Schr. De Witt Clinton, Capt. Christian, from Oak Orchard, wheat, Schr. Rob...
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), 8 May 1833 
TextNewspapers    MARINE LIST PORT OF OSWEGO LAKE NAVIGATION ARRIVALS Sloop General Jackson, Capt. Wilson, from Sacketts Harb. Schr. Emily, Capt Dorchester, from Sodus, wheat, Schr. North America, Capt. Bush, form Niagara, wheat, Schr. Hunter, Capt. Eadus, from Hallowell, lumber, Schr. Pilot, Capt...
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), 8 May 1833 
TextNewspapers    MARINE LIST PORT OF OSWEGO LAKE NAVIGATION ARRIVALS Sloop General Jackson, Capt. Wilson, from Sacketts Harb. Schr. Emily, Capt Dorchester, from Sodus, wheat, Schr. North America, Capt. Bush, form Niagara, wheat, Schr. Hunter, Capt. Eadus, from Hallowell, lumber, Schr. Pilot, Capt...
Oswego Free Press (Oswego, NY), May 29, 1833 
TextNewspapers    MARINE LIST PORT OF OSWEGO LAKE NAVIGATION ARRIVALS Schr. R. H. Boughton, Capt. Graves, S. Harbour, ballast Schr. Lady I. Robins, Capt. Warner, from Kingston, do. Schr. Llewellyn, Capt. Tyler, from Kingston, passengers, Steam Boat U.S. Capt. Van Dewater, from Niagara, pass. Schr. North...
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