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  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), 8 Oct 1851
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  • The Daily Gazette (Janesville, WI), Thurs., 25 Dec 1851, page 5
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  • Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Friday January 3, 1851
    TextNewspaper       Lake Business of Oswego

    We give, under our commercial head, a statement showing the principal articles imported by Lake into Oswego, during the past season, with the total value of our lake trade for a series of years. Our statement of the article imported is by no means full, the ...

    TextNewspaper     Lake Business of Oswego

    We give, under our commercial head, a statement showing the principal articles imported by Lake into Oswego, during the past season, with the total value of ...

  • Comet (Owen Sound, ON), Saturday July 5,1851
    TextNewspaper       BUSINESS OF OUR PORT

    There were, at one time last month, four schooners and one steamer in our port. The schooners Ann Jane, Eliza White, and Sydenham, arrived about the same time, with general cargoes of merchandise from Toronto. They made the ...

    TextNewspaper     BUSINESS OF OUR PORT

    There were, at one time last month, four schooners and one steamer in our port. The schooners Ann Jane, Eliza White, and Sydenham, arrived about the same ...

  • Buffalo Morning Express (Buffalo, NY), October 30, 1851
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    Another collision. - The schooner "Fashion" and the lower lake propeller "Vandalia" came in collision Monday night last (Oct. 27) near the head of Lake Erie, and the latter vessel was sunk. The schooner received but slight damage.

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    Another collision. - The schooner "Fashion" and the lower lake propeller "Vandalia" came in collision Monday night last (Oct. 27) near the head of Lake Erie, and the latter vessel ...

  • A New Steamer
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    A New Steamer- A new Steamer, as many of our citizens are aware, is being built at Clayton, for the Ontario and St. Lawrence Steamboat Company. We are assured it will eclipse any other steamer now running on our lake, though we have none but what we may will feel ...

    NewspaperText  Oswego Daily Times, 6 Nov 1851  

    A New Steamer- A new Steamer, as many of our citizens are aware, is being built at Clayton, for the Ontario and St. Lawrence Steamboat Company. We are assured it ...

  • Syracuse Daily Star (Syracuse, NY), Monday, Nov. 3, 1851
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    New Steamer. - While at Clayton one day last week, we were shown through a steamboat now bilding at that place by E.G. Merrick & Co., which is intended to surpass everything in size, speed, and magnificence, that has ever been launched upon the lower lake.

    She is 224 feet ...

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    New Steamer. - While at Clayton one day last week, we were shown through a steamboat now bilding at that place by E.G. Merrick & Co., which is intended to ...

  • Syracuse Daily Star (Syracuse, NY), Wed., Nov. 5, 1851
    TextNewspaper       Further From the wreck of the Henry Clay.

    We take the following from the Buffalo Advertiser: - We are indebted to Capt. E.P. Dorr, Marine Inspector, who, with Capts. Keating and Root, returned from the wreck of the ill-fated Clay on Saturday evening, for some interesting ...

    TextNewspaper     Further From the wreck of the Henry Clay.

    We take the following from the Buffalo Advertiser: - We are indebted to Capt. E.P. Dorr, Marine Inspector, who, with Capts. Keating ...

  • Syracuse Daily Star (Syracuse, NY), Thurs., Oct. 30, 1851
    TextNewspaper       The Gale on Lake Erie _______ Twenty-nine Lives Lost _______

    The propeller Henry Clay, Capt. Geo. Callash, had aboard 30 crew and one female passenger. At 12 o'clock on the night of the 23d broached to when off Long Point, and laid side up in the trough of sea. ...

    TextNewspaper     The Gale on Lake Erie _______ Twenty-nine Lives Lost _______

    The propeller Henry Clay, Capt. Geo. Callash, had aboard 30 crew and one female passenger. At 12 o'clock on the ...

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Tues., Apr 29, 1851
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    *Mrs. Grundy - n. Any person who is too much concerned with being proper, modest, or righteous (Rogets II Thesaurus, 1995)

    The EMPIRE STATE was built at St. Clair, Michigan by Griffin in 1848 and was 299 feet and 1,554 tons, old style - a very large ship for her ...

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    *Mrs. Grundy - n. Any person who is too much concerned with being proper, modest, or righteous (Rogets II Thesaurus, 1995)

    The EMPIRE STATE was built at St. Clair, Michigan ...

  • Great Gale on Lake Erie
    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Daily Star (Syracuse, NY), 13 Sep 1851     Great Gale on Lake Erie. _____ Loss of Dan Rice's Circus. _____

    Mr. Frost, of the Burnet House, Cincinnati, who arrived here on the Express train, yesterday, from Buffalo, informs us that on Saturday night there was a terrific gale on Lake Erie. The ...

    TextNewspaper  Syracuse Daily Star (Syracuse, NY), 13 Sep 1851   Great Gale on Lake Erie. _____ Loss of Dan Rice's Circus. _____

    Mr. Frost, of the Burnet House, Cincinnati, who arrived here on the Express train, yesterday, from Buffalo, informs ...

  • Syracuse Daily Star (Syracuse, NY), Sept. 17, 1851
    TextNewspaper       Coal Trade at Oswego

    As the Legget Gap Railroad, is to be opened on the first of next month, by which a new channel for the cheap transportation of coal, will be opened between this city and the beds of the best quality of Pennsylvania anthracite coal, we have looked ...

    TextNewspaper     Coal Trade at Oswego

    As the Legget Gap Railroad, is to be opened on the first of next month, by which a new channel for the cheap transportation of coal, ...

  • Blue Bell (Canal Boat), collision, 1 May 1851
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  • F. C. Clark (Schooner), aground, 19 Apr 1851
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  • Henry Norton (Schooner), aground, 19 Apr 1851
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  • Whirlwind (Schooner), aground, 19 Apr 1851
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  • Janet (yacht), sunk, 14 Aug 1851
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  • Abbey (Schooner), aground, 6 Jan 1851
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  • Comet (Steamboat), boiler explosion, sunk, 21 Apr 1851
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  • Whip (Schooner), aground, 23 Dec 1851
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