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  • The Southwest / The Ice
    Evening Courier & Republic (Buffalo, NY), 8 May 1867, p. 3, column 1, 4     [col. 1] THE "SOUTHWEST." -- This vessel, which struck a reef on the Canada shore and sunk, Saturday morning last, was got afloat at five o'clock yesterday afternoon, and towed to port by the tug O. L. Nims. She is now laying alongside the Reed Elevator discharging the wet ...
    Evening Courier & Republic (Buffalo, NY), 8 May 1867, p. 3, column 1, 4   [col. 1] THE "SOUTHWEST." -- This vessel, which struck a reef on ...
  • The Ice -- Arrivals
    Evening Courier & Republic (Buffalo, NY), 6 May 1867, p. 3, column 2     THE ICE -- ARRIVALS. -- The large fleet of vessels outside of this port, is still able to move, the strong S. S. W. wind which prevailed Saturday night having wedged the ice still more densely. Friday evening the schooner Ottawa, with coal from Erie, came in all right, having ...
    Evening Courier & Republic (Buffalo, NY), 6 May 1867, p. 3, column 2   THE ICE -- ARRIVALS. -- The large fleet of vessels outside of ...
  • The Ice-Bound Fleet
    Evening Courier & Republic (Buffalo, NY), 7 May 1867     THE ICE-BOUND FLEET. -- Buffalo harbor is still firmly barricaded. Now and then a vessel more fortunate than the others happens to strike a channel through the ice and makes port, but each day adds to the number of luckless crafts in sight of the harbor, but unable to get ...
    Evening Courier & Republic (Buffalo, NY), 7 May 1867   THE ICE-BOUND FLEET. -- Buffalo harbor is still firmly barricaded. Now and ...
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