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  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Monday Oct. 30, 1871
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    The Harbor was alive this morning. A large fleet came Sunday and during the night under favor of the northwester making a crowd in all parts of the harbor. Vessel men lose no time. The few days of navigation remaining will be sharply improved. By the way we noticed a ...

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    The Harbor was alive this morning. A large fleet came Sunday and during the night under favor of the northwester making a crowd in all parts of the harbor. Vessel ...

  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Nov. 3, 1871
    TextNewspaper       A Touching Instance of Instinct

    Our friend John Smith has a soul within him that can feel for the most insignificant creatures. Says Smith, "I found a poor bug struggling in my wash basin. I took half a peanut shell for a boat; I put him into it and gave ...

    TextNewspaper     A Touching Instance of Instinct

    Our friend John Smith has a soul within him that can feel for the most insignificant creatures. Says Smith, "I found a poor bug struggling ...

  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), May 12, 1871
    TextNewspaper       Something New for Vessel Men and Warehousemen

    This morning "Chester & Eddys's Grain Conveyor or Shoveler," was tested in unloading a boat load of corn at the Starch Factory. Its operations proved quite satisfactory, saving one-half the manual labor ordinarily required in ...

    TextNewspaper     Something New for Vessel Men and Warehousemen

    This morning "Chester & Eddys's Grain Conveyor or Shoveler," was tested in unloading a boat load of corn at the Starch Factory. Its ...

  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Friday, Oct. 20, 1871
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    MORE ABOUT THE OLIVIA. -- We reported yesterday the loss of the schooner Olivia, together with the arrival of the crew, except a boy employed as cook. The following additional circumstances have come to hand. It was about 10 o'clock in the morning, when the vessel capsized; she had ...

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    MORE ABOUT THE OLIVIA. -- We reported yesterday the loss of the schooner Olivia, together with the arrival of the crew, except a boy employed as cook. The following additional ...

  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Thurs., Oct. 19. 1871
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    IN A YAWL. -- Capt. James O'Brien, of the schooner Agnes, reported last night that when nine miles out, he passed a yawl containing what he supposed to be he crew of some wrecked vessel. He threw them a rope when passing, but it failed to reach them, and as ...

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    IN A YAWL. -- Capt. James O'Brien, of the schooner Agnes, reported last night that when nine miles out, he passed a yawl containing what he supposed to be he ...

  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), May 23, 1871
    TextNewspaper       Fair Haven Iron Ore Bed

    If the statements of gentlemen of experience, accustomed to the business of prospecting and raising iron ore, can be relied upon, the iron ore bed in the vicinity of Little Sodus Bay, is a very valuable one. The area of the bed is not yet ...

    TextNewspaper     Fair Haven Iron Ore Bed

    If the statements of gentlemen of experience, accustomed to the business of prospecting and raising iron ore, can be relied upon, the iron ore bed ...

  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), April 21, 1871
    TextNewspaper       Letter from Phoenix.

    Editor of Palladium:

    Business has opened encouragingly in our village this spring. Phoenix is growing, and is bound to grow. We claim to have some of the most thorough-going and public spirited men in the county, and can maintain it. You are, no doubt, ...

    TextNewspaper     Letter from Phoenix.

    Editor of Palladium:

    Business has opened encouragingly in our village this spring. Phoenix is growing, and is bound to grow. We claim to have some of ...

  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), April 27, 1871
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    NEW STEAMER. - The magnificent new steamer Picton arrived here on her first trip last evening. She was built at messrs. Rathbun & Co's. ship-yard at Mill Point, and is owned by James McQuade, Esq., of Picton. from which place she derives her name. Her dimensions are, length over ll ...

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    NEW STEAMER. - The magnificent new steamer Picton arrived here on her first trip last evening. She was built at messrs. Rathbun & Co's. ship-yard at Mill Point, and is ...

  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), April 24, 1871
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  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), April 19, 1871
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    NEW VESSEL. - The Messrs. Miller & Co. have commenced building a new vessel for T.S. Mott, Esq. The keel is already laid, and part of the frame work erected. She will be full canal size, furnished with all the modern improvements, and when completed will be A 1 in ...

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    NEW VESSEL. - The Messrs. Miller & Co. have commenced building a new vessel for T.S. Mott, Esq. The keel is already laid, and part of the frame work erected. ...

  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), May 29, 1871
    TextNewspaper       More Iron Ore.

    There are strong indications that the vein of iron now developed on the lands of Mr. Swartwout, near Fair Haven, has a wider extent than was supposed. We have already mentioned the fact that the ore exists not only on the farm of Mr. s., but those ...

    TextNewspaper     More Iron Ore.

    There are strong indications that the vein of iron now developed on the lands of Mr. Swartwout, near Fair Haven, has a wider extent than was supposed. ...

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Sep. 1, 1871
    TextNewspaper       Port of Detroit, August 31. _______

    ARRIVED - - August 30

    Str R. N. Rice, Cleveland, mdse. Str Milton D. Ward, Port Huron, mdse. Str Dove, Amherstburg, mdse. Str Inland Queen, Gibraltar, mdse. Str Geo. S. Frost, Marine City, ...

    TextNewspaper     Port of Detroit, August 31. _______

    ARRIVED - - August 30

    Str R. N. Rice, Cleveland, mdse. Str Milton D. Ward, Port Huron, mdse. Str Dove, Amherstburg, mdse. ...

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Fri., Sep. 1, 1871
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    BARGE MORTON ARRIVED. - The barge Morton, which was reported waterlogged on Monday, arrived here yesterday in that condition in tow of the steam barge Dubuque.

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    BARGE MORTON ARRIVED. - The barge Morton, which was reported waterlogged on Monday, arrived here yesterday in that condition in tow of the steam barge Dubuque.

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  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Sep. 1, 1871
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    CHANGE OF CAPTAINS. - Captain William Brown, who has had command of the tug Stranger, has taken the tug Prindiville, and is succeeded on the Stranger by Captain Frank Holland.

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    CHANGE OF CAPTAINS. - Captain William Brown, who has had command of the tug Stranger, has taken the tug Prindiville, and is succeeded on the Stranger by Captain Frank Holland.

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  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Fri, Sep. 1, 1871
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    TUG REPAIRS. - The tug Sweepstakes completed her repairs and left the dock. She has received a new set of double crank pins. The Satellite will have a new wheel, and be out about Saturday. The tug Champion is having some wrought iron substituted for steel in some parts of ...

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    TUG REPAIRS. - The tug Sweepstakes completed her repairs and left the dock. She has received a new set of double crank pins. The Satellite will have a new wheel, ...

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Aug. 31, 1871
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    A DREDGE ON THE MOVE. - The steamer Clara has arrived up yesterday with a dredge and lighters for the Port Huron dry dock.

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    A DREDGE ON THE MOVE. - The steamer Clara has arrived up yesterday with a dredge and lighters for the Port Huron dry dock.

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  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Aug. 31, 1871
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    CARGOES ARRIVED. - The schooners J. Bigler and Kenosha, laden with lumber, have arrived at this port and are discharging.

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    CARGOES ARRIVED. - The schooners J. Bigler and Kenosha, laden with lumber, have arrived at this port and are discharging.

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  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Aug. 31, 1871
    TextNewspaper       The COBURN foundered in Lake Huron six weeks later, with the loss of 32 lives. Capt. McKay was probably the same John McKay as died with the prop MANISTEE off the Keweenaw in 1883....
    TextNewspaper     The COBURN foundered in Lake Huron six weeks later, with the loss of 32 lives. Capt. McKay was probably the same John McKay as died with the prop MANISTEE off ...
  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Sep. 1, 1871
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    THE BRIG ABELL. - The brig G. M. Abell [sic], which the telegraph informs us has gone to pieces at Port Burwell, had entered upon her nineteenth year and was 189 tons burden, old measurement.

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    THE BRIG ABELL. - The brig G. M. Abell [sic], which the telegraph informs us has gone to pieces at Port Burwell, had entered upon her nineteenth year and was ...

  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Aug. 31, 1871
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    VESSEL WRECKED. - A dispatch from Port Burwell last evening says that the brig Geo. M. Abel [sic], of Cleveland, came ashore there during the storm, and is fast going to pieces.

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    VESSEL WRECKED. - A dispatch from Port Burwell last evening says that the brig Geo. M. Abel [sic], of Cleveland, came ashore there during the storm, and is fast going ...

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