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  • Gale on Lake Ontario
    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Onondaga Gazette (Baldwinsville, NY), 19 Apr 1849     Gale on Lake Ontario _____

    There was a severe gale on Lake Ontario on Friday and Saturday last, which did much damage. The steamer Lady of the Lake, which left Lewiston at 4 o'clock on Friday afternoon, broke her shaft at 10 the same night. The Captain threw over ...

    NewspaperTextNewspaper  Onondaga Gazette (Baldwinsville, NY), 19 Apr 1849   Gale on Lake Ontario _____

    There was a severe gale on Lake Ontario on Friday and Saturday last, which did much damage. The steamer Lady of the Lake, which ...

  • A Man Missing
    NewspaperText  Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 21 Sep 1849, p. 2    

    The Erie Commercial Advertiser of the 19th inst. contains the following article, relative to the disappearance of Mr. John Carrick, for many years a well known resident of this city, and one of the first individuals whose name was identified with the now extensive ship-building interest "on the ...

    NewspaperText  Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 21 Sep 1849, p. 2  

    The Erie Commercial Advertiser of the 19th inst. contains the following article, relative to the disappearance of Mr. John Carrick, for many years a well known resident of this city, ...

  • A Man Missing
    NewspaperText  Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), 20 Sep 1849, p. 2    

    We find the following in the Erie Com. Adv. of Wednesday. There was a rumor current yesterday that the body of Mr. CARRICK had been found in the Ship Canal, but on inquiry, we ascertained that it was unfounded. We trust that vigilant efforts will be made to ascertain the ...

    NewspaperText  Buffalo Commercial Advertiser (Buffalo, NY), 20 Sep 1849, p. 2  

    We find the following in the Erie Com. Adv. of Wednesday. There was a rumor current yesterday that the body of Mr. CARRICK had been found in the Ship Canal, ...

  • Daily Commercial Register (Sandusky, OH), 28 May 1849, p. 2
    NewspaperText       The Erie Commercial Advertiser of Wednesday says, that the two government vessels built at that port by Messrs. Carrick and Bates, for the U. S. revenue service, were prepared for launching yesterday At half-past one the props were knocked from under one of them, and she glided slowly broadside ...
    NewspaperText     The Erie Commercial Advertiser of Wednesday says, that the two government vessels built at that port by Messrs. Carrick and Bates, for the U. S. revenue service, were prepared for ...
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